Portuguese companies and Guinean group launched wireless Internet in Guinea-Bissau

Portuguese companies and Guinean group launched wireless Internet in Guinea-Bissau

Two Portuguese companies and a Guinean launched today in Guinea-Bissau a wireless Internet service which promises to “revolutionize the industry,” criticized the lack of quality available in the country so far.

Portuguese company Elmafe, based in Lisbon, and Wi-Fi Antena, Coimbra, joined the Guinean Net Wireless, led by former public work minister in the transitional government of Guinea-Bissau, Fernando Gomes.

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Portuguese companies launch Internet in Guinea-Bissau

Portuguese companies launch Internet in Guinea-Bissau

Bissau – Portuguese companies ‘Elmafe “and” Wifi Antena’ specialized in Internet networks installation work, will release in the first half of May, a new Internet service in Guinea-Bissau.

The information was released to the NNP by national consortium of two Portuguese companies, called ‘Net Wireless “, which one of three technical working team is already in Bissau, headed by Engineer Carlos Almeida, due to arrive on Friday, May 8th, another of the elements that make up the group, under the guidance of Fernando Santos.

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