India's Netxcell to launch mobile value-added services in Africa - report.

By bne IntelliNews August 17, 2011
Indian telecom application services provider Netxcell Limited is set to sign deals with MTN, Orange Africa and Vodacom to grab a slice of the USD 300mn mobile value-added service market in Africa, the Economic Times newspaper reported. Netxcell is in advanced talks with the three operators to deliver services on both 2G and 3G networks, the newspaper said quoting Netxcell's CEO Debasish Chatterji. Netxcell operates in Africa through its Mauritius-based subsidiary Netxcell Mauritius. According to the report, over the next six months, Netxcell Mauritius will launch operations in Nigeria, Ghana, Zambia, Ghana, Mozambique and Angola.
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