Botswana registers 2 mln prepaid mobile users

Wednesday 6 January 2010 | 13:30 CET | News
Botswana's telecommunications regulator said over 2 million prepaid mobile phone subscribers have registered their phone numbers, BOPA reported. Of the registered subscribers, over a million are still in manual format, while over 900,000 had their details captured electronically in the operators' databases. The operators Be Mobile, Mascom Wireless and Orange Botswana have been allowed a period of 30 days to capture all manual registration into electronic format. The regulator noted that the 30-day window is not an extension of the registration period and that those who failed to register

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Be Mobile / BTA / Mascom / Orange Botswana
Countries: Botswana
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