Monday, 17 December 2018

Millicom resolves Senegal dispute, gets 3G licence

By Mary Lennighan, Total Telecom
Wednesday 29 August 12

Senegalese government agrees to amend Sentel's licence at a cost of US$103 million; arbitration proceedings suspended.

Millicom International Cellular has reached agreement with the government of Senegal over its licence to offer telecoms services in the country, bringing a four-year dispute to a close. Senegal has agreed to recognise the validity of Millicom's existing mobile licence as well as granting it rights to offer new services and handing over additional services. In return, the emerging markets operator will pay US$103 million…

Millicom International Cellular has reached agreement with the government of Senegal over its licence to offer telecoms services in the country, bringing a four-year dispute to a close. Senegal has agreed to recognise the validity of Millicom's existing mobile licence as well as granting it rights to offer new services and handing over additional services. In return, the emerging markets operator will pay US$103 million…

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