New Ethio Telecom CEO promises improved QoS
ETHIOPIA| Sept. 25, 2012, 1:25 p.m.
Ethio Telecom’s new CEO, Bruno Duthoit, has pledged to continue his predecessor’s work towards improved quality of service and enhanced products.
Duthoit replaced Jean Michel Latute this month. He notes that under Latute’s leadership from 2010, Ethio Telecom has increased its subscriber numbers from 7 million to 18 million and rolled out several new products and services.
He gave the assurance that he would work to further improve the telco’s quality of service; expand its distribution network, enhance its employee capacity building programme and continually work towards greater customer satisfaction.
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