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Orange Central Africa deploys 3G+ services in Bangui

Monday 4 March 2013 | 12:12 CET | News
Orange Centrafrique, the group's subsidiary in the Central African Republic, has launched 3G+ services in the capital, Bangui, providing peak rates of 21 Mbps. Company CEO Patrick Benon said Orange was the first operator to offer 3G+ in the country, strengthening its position as an innovative operator. The upgrade will allow the company eventually to offer football matches over mobile TV and video calling services. The operator previously deployed WiMAX and Wi-Fi hotspots to bring internet services to its customers.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Orange
Countries: Central African Republic
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