Sirius Telecoms Launches MVNO Services In Senegal
Sirius Telecoms has announced that it has launched the first Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) ‘Promobile’ in Senegal.
Promobile is owned by the Senegalese business tycoon Mbackiou Faye and is the first virtual mobile network operator in the country to enter the telecom market.
The new mobile operator will aim to position itself for the development of a digital community that seeks to deliver the best services to the Senegalese people.
According to Mbackiou Faye, the choice of the operator is not by chance. He said that Promobile had respected the specifications imposed by the Regulatory Authority, and this was why it had chosen only recently to announce the official launch of Promobile’s commercial activities.
The first Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) will utilise the infrastructure of the operator Tigo to install its offer as required by the Senegalese telecommunications specifications.
Sirius Télécoms had to first settle $500 000.00 in order to obtain its license which will offer services such as charging and credit transfer, mobile plans, the sale of SIM cards and broadband internet. The company also wants to set up customer service, a call centre and a fixed line offer.
Furthermore, the very first MVNO will also unveil its Mobile Banking platform Procash.
Procash will enable people to carry out a selection of electronic transactions including electronicpayment of bills and E-Commerce and money transfers.
Credit: This article originated from www.nextvafrica.com