Telecoms & Media
Yassine Sellahi, CEO of Algérie Télécom Satellite, explains why he targeted Mauritania as a priority

Yassine Sellahi, CEO of Algérie Télécom Satellite, explains why he targeted Mauritania as a priority

For the first time, the Algerian public company is exporting its services in satellite telecommunications internationally. It has just concluded a partnership with two Mauritanian companies and is prospecting other potential clients locally, as its CEO, Yassine Sellahi, explained to Jeune Afrique Business+.

Someone shares this article with you
            ▪ Yassine Sellahi, CEO of Algérie Télécom Satellite, explains why he targeted Mauritania as a priority

▪ For the first time, the Algerian public company is exporting its services in satellite telecommunications internationally. It has just concluded a partnership with two Mauritanian companies and is prospecting other potential clients locally, as its CEO, Yassine Sellahi, explained to Jeune Afrique Business+.

https://www.jeuneafriquebusinessplus.com/en/802721/algerie-telecom-satellite-se-deploie-en-mauritanie/

30/01/2020 at 17h06, by Jeune Afrique Business+

A little more than two years after the first Algerian satellite dedicated to telecommunications was put into orbit, the public company Algérie Télécom Satellite (ATS), established in 2006 in the new town of Sidi Abdellah, is moving beyond its domestic market.

To read the article and discover your subscription benefits

You are connected to your Jeune Afrique account but your Jeune Afrique Business+ subscription does not allow you to consult the English version. To update your subscription, contact us by clicking here.

Recommended articles

Telecoms & Media

11/06/2020 at 18h09, by Valentin Grille, updated 15/01/2021

Gilat Telecom seeks to woo Kenya, Ethiopia and others with its satellite solutions

The Israeli telco is expanding its operations across the entire African continent and continues to focus...

Telecoms & Media

01/04/2020 at 18h40, by Valentin Grille

With the launch of Butterfly, Côte Ouest Audiovisuel seeks to bring VOD to African telecom operators

After teaming up in early March with the Ivorian company Agora Services, in charge of technical and marketing...

Consumer goods & Retail

06/03/2020 at 17h54, by Jeune Afrique Business+, updated 09/03/2020

Telecoms & Media

23/02/2020 at 13h33, by Nadoun COULIBALY

Apollinaire Compaoré (Planor): “We will launch Telecel Money by April, and Mali will follow”

Telecel Faso, Burkina Faso’s third largest telecommunications company, is preparing to roll out its mobile...

Telecoms & Media

19/02/2020 at 15h26, by Jeune Afrique Business+

Jack Ma agrees to partner Alipay with Ecobank’s Rapidtransfer app

By entering into a collaboration with the online and mobile payment service created by Jack Ma, the founder...

Advisory

05/02/2020 at 17h26, by Jeune Afrique Business+

Morocco: Magenta law firm sides with Inwi in its battle against Maroc Telecom

In the Kingdom of Morocco, the leading mobile operator has had its wrists slapped by the regulator for...

Any questions ? contact us

Please get in touch with the Jeune Afrique Business+ team if you require any further information.

Email us : abonnements@jeuneafriquebusinessplus.com

Add JAB+ to your home screen

1. Click on + at the bottom of your screen.

2. Click on + to add JAB+ on the home screen.

3. Enter the name of the shortcut and confirm.