Telecoming signs distribution deal with Maliyo Games

Monday 20 May 2019 | 13:54 CET | News
European carrier billing specialist Telecoming has signed an agreement with African company Maliyo Games, a mobile gaming company in Nigeria, to distribute its service in the region. This will allow Telecoming to enhance its presence in the African market. The deal is part of Telecoming's strategy to develop digital services with good user service. 

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