Airtel: Airtel Africa is a subsidiary of Indian telecommunications company Airtel, that operates in 17 countries across Africa. It operates a GSM network in all countries, providing 2G or 3G or 4G depending upon the country of operation. GSM-900.
SONITEL: SONITEL is the Nigerien national telephone and telecommunications carrier. It was created in 1997 as a fusion of the telecommunications arm of Nigerien Posts and Telecommunications – OPT, the Postal Office) and the STIN Niger / International Telecommunications Society of Niger) which controlled land line telephone connections abroad. The process had begun with the passage of a law aimed at the privatization of telecommunications and was part of a larger process of internationally led privatization of Niger’s once large Parastatal sector. SONITEL had the government of Niger as a majority share holder.
Orange:Orange S.A., formerly France Télécom S.A., is a French multinational telecommunications corporation. It currently employs about 170,000 people, 105,000 of them in France, and has 263 million customers worldwide. In 2012, the group had revenue of €43.5 billion. Its head office is in the 15th arrondissement of Paris, and the current CEO is Stéphane Richard. The company is a component of the Euro Stoxx 50 stock market index.Orange has been the company’s main brand for mobile, landline, internet and IPTV services since 2006. The brand originated in 1994 when Hutchison Whampoa acquired a controlling stake in Microtel Communications during the early 1990s and rebranded it as Orange. It became a subsidiary ofMannesmann in 1999 and was acquired by France Télécom in 2000. The company was rebranded as Orange in July 2013. GSM-900/1800 (GPRS, EDGE)
2100 MHz UMTS, HSDPA.
Moov: Maroc Telecom (Acronym: IAM, is the main telecommunication company in Morocco. IAM employs around 11,178 employees. It has 8 regional delegations with 220 offices present on all the territory of Morocco. The company is listed on both the Casablanca Stock Exchange and Euronext Paris.