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New ISP NET-G arrives in Luanda

30 Sep 2022

A new ISP named NET-G is launching this week in Angola, backed by the local Galec group in partnership with Netherlands-based multinational Sun Evo Holding, Lusa reports. The partners reportedly intend to invest USD106 million in the ISP project, involving an initial launch in parts of Luanda – expected to cover 50% of the main urban areas of the capital in a first phase – ahead of expansion to cover the entirety of the city in the short-term, before progressing in the medium-term to cover the provinces of Cabinda, Benguela, Huambo, Huila, Malanje, Kwanza Sul, Uije, Namibe, Lunda Norte and Bengo, according to the report.

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