Huawei provides telecom equipment to Mozambique's Tmcel

Thursday 25 April 2019 | 14:41 CET | News
Mozambican operator Tmcel will spend USD 23 million on telecommunications equipment under a contract signed in Beijing with Huawei, AIM reported. The funds to be invested by Tmcel, a Mozambican company set up in 2018 from the merger of public companies Telecomunicacoes de Moçambique (TDM) and Mocambique Celular (MCel), will come from the sale of non-core assets. Under the terms of the contract, the project will start as soon as possible.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Huawei / mCel
Countries: Mozambique
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