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Senegal universal service fund calls for new payphones

Friday 1 May 2015 | 00:04 CET | News
Senegal's universal telecom services development fund (FDSUT) plans to require the rollout of payphones after having realised that although mobile coverage is nearly complete, service quality issues mean that payphones are still necessary. They will be placed in public spaces such as petrol stations, hospitals, markets, and bus and taxi terminals. The payphone deployment is part of a three year plan presented by FDSUT president Aly Koto Ndiaye. 

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