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Consumers of telecom services in Senegal will be more educated on the portability of mobile numbers. The regulator is announcing an awareness campaign to this effect. It is a question of questioning the populations on their power as active actors of the competition on the telecoms market. Senegal’s Telecommunications and Postal Regulatory Authority (Artp) will conduct a...

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Telecommunications engineering, IT and digital services company Sirius Telecom Afrique has penned a deal involving mobile virtual network services with Senegal’s incumbent national operator Sonatel. The deal enables Sirius Telecom Afrique to roll out its voice and broadband internet services in Senegal, including the MVNO service Promobile, which leverages Sonatel’s 4G+ mobile network. In a...

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Sonatel will finally host the virtual mobile network operator (MVNO) Sirius Telecom Africa. The two parties signed the related contract on August 31. The MVNO, blocked since April 2019 by Free its initial partner, announces innovative offers adapted to Senegalese. Sirius Telecom Africa, a telecommunications engineering, IT and digital services company, signed on August 31, 2020 a...

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Independent telecom infrastructure company Helios Towers has signed an agreement with Senegal’s second largest operator Free Senegal to acquire the mobile operator’s passive infrastructure assets. The deal, which will be fully financed by Helios Towers’ existing cash and debt facilities, is expected to close by Q1 2021 and is subject to customary completion conditions and...

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Helios Towers is acquiring the passive infrastructure assets of Senegal’s number two mobile player Free Senegal for US$188.2 million. Through this transaction, Helios Towers will become the largest independent tower infrastructure provider in Senegal with 1,220 sites. Free Senegal is backed by a consortium of investors including Teyliom Group, Sofima and NJJ, a private holding...

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Senegal’s incumbent operator Sonatel has announced the successful early completion of its XOF100 billion (USD173 million) bond issue. The company revealed that the seven-year loan offering a gross interest rate of 6.50% per year, the largest bond issue to date by a private company in the region, was oversubscribed by more than 120%, with 39%...

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Private Infrastructure Development Group (PIDG) company, the Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund (EAIF/the Fund) plans to invest up to US$50-million in a bond issue with the objective to raise US$170-million for investment in Senegal-based telecommunications services provider Sonatel S.A. According to a statement released to the media, Sonatel’s bond, launched on 15 June 2020, will have...