Africa: Open line to Africa
The introduction of international competition in Africa has seen some radical changes to the telecoms sector in the Continent. Remy Fekete calls in the latest news
In the past five years, Africa has become an El Dorado for equipment providers, financiers and service operators in the telecommunications sector. Neglected by the rest of the world in many economic sectors, Africa has experienced a technological, economic and social leap due to the industrial success that the Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM) enjoyed on African soil.
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