Globacom makes bid for Comium in Cote d’Ivoire

Nigerian telecom operator, Globacom, is reported to be making a bid to purchase troubled Cote d’Ivorien network, Comium for the sum of $600 million.

Comium logo

Globacom already has operations in Nigeria, Ghana and Benin Republic, and has an international carrier licence in Cote d’Ivoire. An acquisition of Comium in Cote d’Ivoire will give Globacom wider foothold in the West African sub-region.

Source
[schema type=”organization” orgtype=”Organization” name=”Comium Côte d’Ivoire” country=”CI” ]

Loading...

0 Thoughts to “Globacom makes bid for Comium in Cote d’Ivoire”

  1. OLA JOSEPH

    Good and bold move.Well done GLO! If mtn can make inroads into some african countries incl.Nigeria and conquer them,why cant our dear Glo network?

  2. AskIchthys

    Good move, Glo!

  3. OgaTimi

    Glo should consider buying mtn Nigeria. At least that would end mtn’s crappy services and data pricing

  4. Ehis

    charity begins at home… Glo fix ya home performance first, mscheww

Leave a Comment