Orange Bissau launches network upgrade project

Monday 31 May 2021 | 15:40 CET | News
Orange Bissau has launched a programme to modernise its mobile access network and extend its rural coverage to over 1,000 new villages in Guinea Bissau. The operator said in a statement that it has invested XOF 13.4 billion into the infrastructure upgrade. The 150 new antennas will be deployed throughout Guinea Bissau, opening up more than 1,000 villages in all regions of Guinea Bissau.   

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Orange Bissau
Countries: Guinea-Bissau
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