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Unitel signs three-year Huawei deal on RAN, other services

1 Jun 2022

Angola’s mobile market leader Unitel has signed a new three-year framework agreement with its long-term Chinese vendor partner Huawei incorporating ‘a complete series solution’ including Radio Access Network (RAN), transmission network and other aspects such as Customer Experience Management (CEM) and residential solutions. Unitel’s press release says that via the partnership it will ’continuously increase network capacity and coverage, incubate 5G innovation, provide better services and enhance the optimal user experience, while ushering in a new era of green, low-carbon telecommunications.’

Unitel general manager Miguel Geraldes added: ‘Unitel is committed to accelerating the digitisation of industry with leading ICT providers to illuminate Angola’s industrial and development.’ Chu Xiaoxin, CEO of Huawei Angola, noted: ‘Since entering the Angolan market in 2002, Huawei has been committed to bringing cutting-edge technologies and advanced solutions to Angolan society.’

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