Orange Liberia to invest USD15m in 2018
7 December 2017
Mobile network operator (MNO) Orange Liberia (formerly Cellcom) plans to invest up to USD15 million in its networks and services next year Agence Ecofin reports, with the money targeted toward improving digital inclusion by deploying new cell sites capable of serving even the most remote regions of the country.
The MNO’s chief executive officer Mamadou Coulibaly says his company is striving to raise the country’s profile as a leading light in telecoms in the West Africa region. Speaking at the opening of the 2017 Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) conference Coulibaly said that next year’s planned investment will also allow Orange to offer better quality services to MSMEs – such as mobile money.