LAP Green shows expansion plan
BURUNDI| Dec. 12, 2011, 1:52 p.m.
LAP Green Networks has indicated plans to expand its Pan-African presence soon.
In an updated footprint map on the company’s site, Libyan-owned LAP Green Networks indicates that a presence in several additional countries is pending.
Lap Green indicates its stable will soon include: Uganda Telecom, Sonitel Niger, Sahel Com Niger, Rwandtel Rwanda, GreenN Côte d'Ivoire (Oricel) , GreenN Sierra Leone (Ambitel), GreenN Togo, GreenN South Soudan (Gemtel)
LAP Green has said it aims to become a major player in Africa by 2012, by growing both its footprint and its subscriber base under the GreenN banner.
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