Orange selects Comverse Voice HUB solution

15 Dec 2009

Orange Cameroun, a subsidiary of French telecoms company France Telecom, has selected Comverse’s Voice HUB to handle projected growth and support the deployment of new voice-related services on its mobile network. The platform enables a range of voice services designed to generate revenue at each stage of a call. ‘Comverse’s modular Voice HUB and the new services it enables on a single platform squarely address our key concerns, such as innovation, a superior user experience, flexibility, future-readiness, and cost management,’ commented Jean Michel Latute, CEO of Orange Cameroun. According to TeleGeography’s GlobalComms Database, Orange Cameroun is the country’s second largest cellco by customers with a mobile subscriber base of 2.59 million at 30 September 2009, compared to sole rival MTN’s 4.19 million. The company has invested more than XAF300 billion (USD656 million) in the expansion of its GSM network since 2000 and has deployed close to 600 base station transceivers to provide wireless coverage in more than 450 counties.

Cameroon, Orange Cameroon