Swiss LTE provider enters Ivory Coast

April 7, 2014 • Mobile and Telecoms, Top Stories

YooMee Africa Group, a Swiss-based provider of broadband Internet in sub-Saharan Africa, launched its operations in Côte d’Ivoire over the weekend. After becoming a market leader of broadband Internet in Cameroon, YooMee Africa continues its expansion by deploying its network in Côte d’Ivoire.

Yann Le Guen, Managing Director of YooMee Côte d’Ivoire (image:

Yann Le Guen, Managing Director of YooMee Côte d’Ivoire (image:

YooMee Côte d’Ivoire, based in Abidjan, is launching its LTE services to individuals and businesses. These services are based on global technology TD-LTE that ensures a new faster Internet experience, with more stability and better reliability, for Ivorian users. With these advantages, its great success in Cameroon and quality of service, YooMee anticipates strong growth in the number of Internet users and subscribers for Internet access in Côte d’Ivoire.

LTE (Long Term Evolution) is the latest wireless broadband Internet technology used worldwide, by the leading operators in the United States, in China, Japan, Europe and the Middle East. The LTE allows Internet communication with data transmission speeds beyond 10 Mbit/s. YooMee relied on the proven expertise of Alcatel-Lucent, a global provider of LTE equipment.

LTE technology frees the mind of those who want to stay connected while traveling. Whether browsing the Internet, watching videos or listening to live-stream music, LTE provides a great connection speed regardless of where the user is located; at home, in the office, or outdoors.

“I am proud that our teams have so swiftly achieved the deployment of our LTE network of this quality, which will change the experience of countless internet users in Côte d’Ivoire!,” said Yann Le Guen, Managing Director of YooMee Côte d’Ivoire.

Staff writer



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