While presenting its figures for mid-2021, the operator – which recorded a turnover of more than €3bn over the period, in a region that now accounts for 13% of its revenues – took the opportunity to reaffirm pillars of the strategy it intends to implement in Africa until 2023.
Mobile money, 4G and broadband
These include expanding efforts to develop mobile money by using the sophisticated services provided by Orange Bank; increasing 4G coverage by extending networks and smartphone use; maintaining the wholesale activity (wholesale resale of international cable capacities) that represents 9% of OAME’s turnover; and capitalising on the “competitive advantage” gained in fibre by marketing broadband offers to mostly small and medium-sized businesses in a “limited and targeted” manner, says Jérôme Hénique, OAME’s deputy managing director and operational director.
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