• Telecom Vivendi Africa Announces the First Fiber Optic Network in Libreville

Telecom Vivendi Africa Announces the First Fiber Optic Network in Libreville

From Paris, Vivendi Africa’s (GVA) communications department has released a press release in which it announces the arrival of the first FTTH CanalBox (Fiber to the home) network in Libreville on October 26th . The new telecommunications operator in Africa is launching its first broadband fiber internet service on the continent, in a commercial partnership with the Canal + group. After the Gabonese capital, Marco de Assis, General Manager of GVA, intends to surf soon in other African cities with the same flow.

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