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Angola’s Unitel extends roaming services

November 7, 2012 • Mobile and Telecoms

Angola’s telecom operator Unitel has included new countries onto its roaming service as part of a series of fresh offerings to customers.  

Angola’s Unitel has expanded its roaming services. (Image: Google/thisisafrica.me)

The mobile operator said that it has expanded voice roaming services to Jordan as part of a partnership with Orange.

Unitel said in a statement that the partnership agreement “allows its customers to continue communicating whenever they travel to Jordan.”

Unitel voice roaming service is “also present in Oman after a second local partnership was signed with Oman operator Nawras.”

Users in Croatia, Kazakhstan, Nicaragua, Poland and Zambia can also now take advantage of these services.

These expansions were made through partnerships with local companies, namely Celtel, Claro, Vinaphone, Kcell, P4 and T-Mobile.

The hope is that by expanding roaming services, Unitel will create a new source for users to subscribe, especially those who travel often.

Mohammad Awad

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