Orange launches in Central African Republic

Monday 10 December 2007 | 10:21 CET | News
Orange has officially launched commercial operations in the Central African Republic, with mobile service in capital city Bangui, and imminent launches in Carnot and Bouar. The first Orange agency opened its doors, offering a wide range of mobile telephony products and services. From January, the cities of Bossongoa, Berberati, Nola and Sibut will also be covered, with all of the country's districts to be included by the middle of next year. Telecom Paper reported in May that Orange had acquired a mobile and internet operator licence in the Central African Republic. At the time, it announced

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