Sudatel launches 4G, expansion to follow in major cities

6 Apr 2017

Sudatel Telecom Group’s domestic mobile unit Sudani has announced the commercial launch of a 4G LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) network. Services offer maximum downstream speeds of 150Mbps, with pre-paid tariffs ranging in price from SDG40 (USD5.9) for 2GB (valid for seven days) to SDG900 for 100GB (30 days) and basic post-paid plans costing SDG150 per month for 5GB and SDG250 for 15GB. Coverage is currently available in the greater Khartoum area, but the network will be expanded to other major towns and cities during the year.

TeleGeography’s GlobalComms Database states that Sudatel is Sudan’s second largest mobile operator behind Kuwait-based Zain Sudan, which launched the market’s first LTE network in April last year.

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