OPT to spend USD45m on 3G/4G rollout

18 Jul 2014

State-backed Office des Postes et Telecommunications (OPT) plans to invest XPF4 billion (USD45.212 million) through mobile subsidiary Vini in 2014 and 2015 to extend its 3G network and lay the groundwork for a future 4G launch, regional news outlet Megazap reports. Marcel Tuihani, the minister in charge of the digital economy and deputy chairman of OPT’s board of directors said that 4G services would be ready to launch in 2015.


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