African telecom group Sudatel in the race for Oman licence

Sudatel aims to strengthen its role by adding Oman to its footprint.
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Sudatel Telecom Group has submitted its bid for the third mobile licence in the Sultanate of Oman. The other telcos vying for the licence are Zain, STC and Etisalat

This decision has been taken in accordance with the group policy to enter new markets with potential growth. Sudatel submitted a comprehensive technical plan and a financial offer for the licence.

The winning company will compete against state-owned Omantel and Ooredoo.

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