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Paratus plans to spend another NAD 114 mln on infrastructure in 2019

Tuesday 19 March 2019 | 11:17 CET | News
Namibian telecom service provider Paratus Group plans to invest another NAD 114 million in local infrastructure in 2019, New Era reported citing the firm's CEO, Barney Harmse. This is in addition to the NAD 200 million that the company has already invested in Namibia during the last two years. Harmse told New Era that the bulk of this investment will go towards laying fibre optic cables, LTE mobile base stations and back office systems to improve coverage, streamline operations and improve speed and reliability.  

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Companies: Paratus Telecom
Countries: Namibia
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