Angola’s Multitel invested US$10 million in improving its services


In 2009 Angolan company Multitel invested US$10 million in improving its telecommunications services, particularly in providing broadband, the company’s managing director, António Geirinhas said Wednesday in Luanda.

Speaking to Angolan news agency Angop on the sidelines of the launch of the company's new logo, Geirinhas said that Multitel had made a number of investments over the last three years that had allowed it to grow and reach a notable position on the Angolan market, focusing on new technologies.

He said that the company was working so that, in the short term, it could serve the whole of Angola more efficiently, as well as expanding its network of customers to segmented areas and personalised services.

Multitel-Serviços de Telecomunicações is an Angolan company that has been present on the market since 1999, and is licensed for a concession contract for a communications service for public use by the national Communications Institute (Inacom) and its main shareholders are Angola Telecom, Portugal Telecom and Banco de Fomento e Indústria (BFI).