Haitel could be revived, report suggests

6 Jun 2012

A report from Haiti suggests that the troubled wireless operator Haitel could resume operations after closing its network and going into receivership in April this year with debts of around USD80 million. The General Tax Directorate (DGI) and industry regulator Conatel are said to be in discussions with Haitel’s main equipment supplier in an attempt to resurrect the firm’s network so that customers can continue receiving a service, Haiti Libre reports.

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