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Telecom Namibia Expands

Telecom Namibia announced that it has expanded its wireless CDMA infrastructure to nine more towns and settlements in Namibia

July 18, 2007

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WINDHOEK, Namibia -- Telecom Namibia is delighted to announce today that it has expanded its wireless CDMA infrastructure to nine more towns and settlements in Namibia.

The services which are offered under the SWITCH brand have been launch today at Rehoboth, Mariental, Opuwo, Grootfontein, Rundu, Katima Mulilo, Okakarara, Oshivelo and Onesi.

Despite the temporary restriction of the SWITCH Service, customers in these newly connected towns and settlements will be able to make use of SWITCH services in their geographic areas without any limitation. In other words, SWITCH customers are able to make and receive calls, send and receive SMS’s and access the Internet with their SWITCH phones in their selected geographic areas. These calls can be made to local, national and international destinations, meaning that there is no restriction in terms of the destination to which phone calls can be made and SMS’s can be sent and received.

Telecom Namibia Ltd.

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