Remmy Nweke , who was in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
This is coming as CelTel has indicated interest on getting the Unified License in
Chief Executive, CelTel International B.V. of
He also said CelTel is determined to build its network consistently so as to be above competition, noting that this way, the operator would be able to bring about reduction in tariffs on its services.
He stressed that building network depends immensely on the people working on the operations already.
“Expanding the network is constantly going on,” he said.
Pointing out that in
He further affirmed that definitely, CelTel
“Yes, CelTel is going for unified license, which is based on technology, because eventually everyone would go into unified license,” he declared.
Warning, however, that Nigerians should not expect so much from the Unified Licensing Regime (ULR), because according to him, technologies are all over fighting for space, yet there is issue of frequency to be addressed.
He was however silent on the date CelTel would commence action on the ULR in the country, even as he said, rebranding of Vmobile Nigeria to CelTel, which it recently acquired a major stake in would be concluded in matter of weeks.Mr. Pieters, confirmed that the immediate chief executive of Vmobile