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Mozambique Grants 3G Licenses

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Mozambican mobile telecommunications companies Mo ambique Celular (mcel) and Vodacom have both been granted 3G licenses, local media reported.

Under the terms of the licenses will be required to expand their 3G network to all districts of the country by 31 December 2015, including the country's development corridors and tourist resorts as well as improving the network in what are considered to be strategic locations.

INCM chairman, Isidoro da Silva, said that, "the licenses issued by INCM will allow both mCel and Vodacom to provide mobile telecommunications services for public use, in the band frequencies of 1900 MHz and 2100 MHz, according to the 3G (UMTS) standard, as approved by the European Telecommunications Standard Institute,"

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