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Gabon Telecom mobile customer base grows 77% to 804,000

Tuesday 30 October 2012 | 12:53 CET | News
Gabon Telecom said its mobile customer base grew by 76.5 percent in the year to September to 804,000. Over the first nine months of 2012, the operator generated revenues of MAD 958 million, up 28 percent from a year earlier, aided by strong growth in the mobile customer base. Sustained marketing efforts and network expansion drove the 76.5 percent growth in the mobile customer base. The fixed-line (-26%) and internet (-68%) customer bases decreased after a cleanup of the CDMA prepaid customer base.

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Companies: Gabon Telecom
Countries: Gabon
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