According to the magazine “Nouvel Horizon,” Senegal’s telecommunication company Sonatel (now known as Orange Télécom) plans to move to the Gambia. The company will buy the majority of shares of one of the country’s current telecommunication operators, and will then expand to other regions.
After Mali, Guinea, and Guinea-Bissau, the Gambia would be the fourth country in which Orange Télécom operates. According to our sources, Cape Verde and Ghana could be the company’s next targets.
To date, Gambia has three telecommunications operators: Gamcell, Comium, and Qcell.