Mozambique's MCel plans $12mn upgrade
- Published on 22 June 2012
Mozambique mobile network operator, MCel, has revealed plans to spend $12 million to install new antennas around the country, as part of a wider project to improve its network capacity.
The company, which is the oldest such operator in the Southern African country, said the project will benefit its more than 4,6 million customers.
The move will come as a major boost for customers who in the past have complained of poor service, characterised by poor connections and dropped calls.