Orange switches on 4G in Gaborone

16 Feb 2015

Orange Botswana, the country’s second largest mobile operator by subscribers has announced the commercial launch of 4G LTE services. The network was switched on in the capital Gaborone on 13 February, and services will be expanded to Francistown, Palapye and Maun by the end of the month. 4G is available at no additional cost for data subscribers, although customers require a 4G-enabled device and SIM card to access the faster speeds.

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