Orange Senegal, the country’s largest mobile network operator (MNO) by subscribers, has launched an LTE-A network, writes Koldanews. The company also reportedly announced that it now covers all major cities of Senegal with its 4G network and that by October all regional capitals and most populated cities will have access to mobile broadband. During the first half of 2018 Orange strengthened its LTE coverage in Dakar and commissioned 4G sites in Porokhane, Medina Gounass, Sokone, Darou, Mousty, Popenguine and Velingara. Additional 4G sites will be set up in Kedougou, Kidira, Mbour, Louga, Kolda, Bignona, Kaffrine, Fatick and Sedhiou in October, while Orange will also strengthen LTE coverage in Ziguinchor and Touba. To date, Orange covers 130 sites with LTE-A, with further expansion continuing.