The Ivory Coast unit of French telecoms group, Orange aims to invest 180 billion CFA francs ($312 million) this year and next to improve its network and provide new services.
Orange Cote d’Ivoire, West African nation’s mobile telecommunications industry leader with more than 13 million subscribers, planned to improve internet speed in particular according to its Director, Mamadou Bamba.
The upgrades will boost service to their 13 million subscribers and enhance Internet service delivery, with focus on their 4G coverage.
Orange revenue in 2018, peaked at 538 billion CFA francs and is projected to rise by 2 per cent in 2019. The French firm is facing competition in the wireless sector from South Africa’s MTN and Maroc Telecom-owned Moov.
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