Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Mauritius - Delays in an appeal against a refusal to issue Outremer with a 3G licence may result in operator withdrawing

[bloomberg] Outremer Telecom (OMT) SA may cancel its plan to invest 1.6 billion rupees ($56 million) in Mauritius, l’Express reported, citing Michel Rigot, the company’s general manager for the country.

Outremer Telecom had applied for a third-generation mobile license, which was denied, the Port Louis-based newspaper said. The case was referred to court and no decision has been taken, it reported. A third-generation, or 3G network, enables faster data transmission and allows mobile-phone users to download music and videos to their handsets.

Outremer Telecom May Cancel Mauritius Investment, l’Express Says

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