Dec. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Telecom Namibia, the state-owned fixed-line operator, bought Leo, the southern African nation’s second-largest mobile operator, New Era reported.
Telecom Namibia will use Leo to strengthen its mobile-phone operations, the Windhoek-based newspaper said, citing Chairman Joseph Iita. The terms of the transaction haven’t been revealed, New Era reported.
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