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Link Africa sells some FTTH assets to Vumatel

Tuesday 18 July 2017 | 10:35 CET | News
South African fibre optic company Link Africa said it will sell certain FTTH assets to fibre-to-the-home group Vumatel for an undisclosed sum, reports Businesstech. Link Africa said it has decided to improve service by maintaining an interest and focus on FTTB customers.

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Companies: Link Africa / Vumatel
Countries: South Africa
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