It should be noted that with this expansion, Huíla thus joins the list of provinces that already benefit from the company's telecommunications services, comprising Luanda, Cuanza Sul and Benguela.
Cited by Angop, the official – speaking this Thursday, on the sidelines of a partnership between Africell and Tecno Mobile, within the scope of digital inclusion – made it known that, within the scope of the plan to expand coverage in the country, the aim is to reach the provinces of Huambo and Namibe by the end of this year.
While in the first three months of next year, it advanced, the province of Cabinda and Soyo (in the province of Zaire) will be contemplated with the operator's signal, thus contradicting the initial predictions that dictated the event of this action in the first half of this year, writes Angop.
According to Mário Mateus, over the next five years, the operator expects to have its network in all provinces of the country.
With regard to the partnership with Tecno Mobile, the official said that this will make it possible to deliver high quality technological products to consumers, supported by an increasingly faster and more efficient network, taking the opportunity to point out that in one year of operation the company has more nine million users, writes Angop.
Tecno Mobile's marketing director, Silvestre Sunda, highlighted the level of demand in the country's market. "This partnership meets the satisfaction of Angolan users, due to the state-of-the-art technological capacity supported by the media", he added, quoted by Angop.