Mobile telecommunications giant expands its Global Enterprise division in Africa

By bne IntelliNews December 7, 2009
Mobile telecommunications giant, Vodafone, is expandingits Global Enterprise division in Africa to targetinglarge, multinational companies. Global Enterprisewill work with its South Africa-based subsidiary, Vodacom, in which it has a65% stake. Vodafone and Vodacom also operate in Egypt,Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana,Kenya, Lesotho, Mozambiqueand Tanzania,TechCentral reported. Vodacoms Gateway Communications also has an extensive Africanpresence.

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