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Wed, 07 Feb 2018 18:56 - Updated Wed, 07 Feb 2018 18:56

Unitel strengthens roaming service in Germany and Indonesia

Luanda - Angolan mobile operator Unitel last January reinforced its voice and data roaming services in Germany and Indonesia by establishing new partnerships with Vodafone and Indosat, respectively.

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The Angolan operator is committed to guaranteeing an increasingly universal, complete and higher quality service, and now offers its Bilateral CAMEL service in Germany and bilateral GSM and Bilateral GPRS services in Indonesia.

These launches allow Unitel network users to travel to these destinations better access to the Internet on smartphones, computers or tablets, as well as the ability to receive and make calls, send SMS and MMS.

With the establishment of these new agreements, Unitel thus maintains its commitment to growth and expansion of its mobile network across borders, starting 2018 with its leadership reaffirmed in the telecommunications sector in Angola.

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