Orange gets licence in Central African Republic

Thursday 5 April 2007 | 19:04 CET | News
Orange is expanding its presence in central Africa and has acquired a mobile and internet operator licence in the Central African Republic. This follows recent mobile licence wins in Guinea-Bissau and Guinea. The company plans to launch services in the Central African republic before the end of this year. In Africa, Orange is already present in Botswana, Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Ivory Coast, Madagascar, Mali and Senegal, serving nearly 10 million customers in the region. Parent company France Telecom is also active in Egypt, Jordan and Mauritius.

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