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    The following is a list of the CDMA operators in Africa that have
    commercially deployed or are planning to deploy CDMA2000 (for more information check our our East African subsidiary here:

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    Country Operator Network
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    Algeria Algerie Telecom 1X (Commercial)
    EV-DO (To Launch)

    Algeria Consortium Algerian de 1X (Commercial)
    Telecommunications (Lacom) EV-DO (To Launch)

    Angola Movicel Telecomunicacoes Lda 1X (Commercial)
    EV-DO (To Launch)

    Angola Mundo Startel 1X (To Launch)

    Benin Bell Benin Communications 1X (To Launch)

    Botswana Botswana Telcommunications 1X (To Launch)
    Corp. (BTC)

    Cameroon CAMTEL (CTPhone) 1X (Commercial)
    EV-DO (Planned)

    Cote d'lvoire Arobase Telecom S. A. 1X (Commercial)

    Dem. Rep. of Tatem 1X (To Launch)
    the Congo

    Djibouti Djibouti Telecom 1X (To Launch)

    Egypt Telecom Egypt 1X (Commercial)

    Ethiopia Ethiopian Telecommunications 1X (Commercial)
    Corp. (ETC)

    Ghana Kasapa Telecom Ltd. 1X (Commercial)

    Kenya E.M. Communications Ltd. 1X (Commercial)
    (Popote Wireless)

    Kenya Flashcom Ltd. 1X (Commercial)

    Kenya Telkom Kenya Ltd. 1X (Commercial)

    Madagascar Telecom Malagasy S.A. (Telma) 1X (Commercial)

    Mali Sotelma 1X (Commercial)

    Mauritania Mauritel 1X (Commercial)

    Morocco Maroc Connect 1X (To Launch)

    Mozambique Telecomunicacoes de Mozambique 1X (To Launch)

    Namibia Telecom Namibia 1X (To Launch)

    Niger Sonitel 1X (Commercial)

    Nigeria Bourdex Telecom 1X (Commercial)
    EV-DO (Planned)

    Nigeria Cell Communications Ltd. 1X (Commercial)

    Nigeria Independent Telephone 1X (Commercial)
    Network Ltd.

    Nigeria Intercellular Nigeria Ltd. 1X (Commercial)

    Nigeria Ministry of Communications 1X (To Launch)

    Nigeria MTS First Wireless 1X (Commercial)

    Nigeria Multi-Links 1X (Commercial)
    Telecommunications Ltd.

    Nigeria Nigerian Telecommunications 1X (Commercial)
    Ltd. (Nitel)

    Nigeria Oud'a Tel 1X (To Launch)

    Nigeria Prestel 1X (To Launch)

    Nigeria Rainbownet Ltd. 1X (Commercial)

    Nigeria Reliance Telecommunications 1X (Commercial)
    Ltd. (Reltel)

    Nigeria Starcomms Ltd. 1X (Commercial)
    EV-DO (Commerical)

    Rwanda Terracom 1X (Commercial)
    EV-DO (Commerical)

    Sierra Leone Datatel 1X (To Launch)

    South Africa Neotel 1X (Planned)
    EV-DO (Planned)

    Sudan Canar Telecommunications 1X (Commercial)
    Co. Ltd. (Canar)

    Sudan Mobitel Sudan 1X (Commercial)

    Sudan Sudatel (Sudani) 1X (Commercial)

    Tanzania Benson Online 1X (To Launch)

    Tanzania MyCell 1X (To Launch)

    Tanzania Tanzania Telecommunications 1X (Commercial)
    Company Ltd. (TTCL) EV-DO (To Launch)

    Tanzania Zanzibar Telecom Ltd. (ZANTEL) 1X (To Launch)

    Togo Togo Telecom 1X (To Launch)

    Tunisia Telecom Tunisia 1X (Commercial)

    Uganda MTN Uganda 1X (Commercial)

    Uganda Uganda Telecom Ltd. 1X (Commercial)
    EV-DO (Planned)

    Zambia Telecommunications Ltd. 1X (Planned)

    More information on CDMA2000 is available on the CDG Web site at

    About CDMA

    CDMA2000 is the most widely deployed 3G technology, with 177 operators in 76
    countries, including 51 CDMA2000 1xEV-DO systems, serving more than 275 million
    subscribers. Counting 2G cdmaOne subscribers, there are more than 335 million
    CDMA users worldwide. CDMA2000 has become the technology of choice for cdmaOne,
    TDMA, analog and greenfield operators, and is deployed in the 450, 800, 1700,
    1900 and 2100 MHz bands. Nearly 1,460 CDMA2000 devices from more than 85
    suppliers have been introduced to the market, including more than 350 1xEV-DO
    devices. More information on CDMA2000 is available on the CDG Web site at

    About CDG

    The CDMA Development Group is a trade association formed to foster the
    worldwide development, implementation and use of CDMA2000 technologies. The more
    than 130 member companies of the CDG include many of the world's largest
    wireless carriers and equipment manufacturers. The primary activities of the CDG
    include development of CDMA2000 features and services, public relations,
    education and seminars, regulatory affairs and international support. Currently,
    there are more than 500 individuals working within various CDG subcommittees on
    CDMA2000-related matters. For more information about the CDG, contact the CDG
    News Bureau at +1-714-540-1030, or visit the CDG Web site at
    Last edited by thuor; 07-26-2007, 02:26 PM.