NET G: new internet provider arrives after 100 million investment
The Angolan group Galec Bussiness, in partnership with the Dutch multinational Sun Evo Holding B.V, will launch a new internet provider in Angola, called NET G, an investment of more than 100 million dollars.
The company, in a statement sent to Lusa today, states that the global investment of US$106 million (about 111 million euros) in state-of-the-art technologies should initially generate 4,100 jobs, 1930 of which will be direct. and the other indirect ones.
According to the company, NET G, which will be launched this Thursday, in Luanda, “offers differentiated and innovative solutions in the Internet service segment”, a service that will be aimed at various audiences for the “dynamization of the economy and qualification of the science and teaching”.
The services of the new Internet provider in Angola will be available, in this first phase, in 50 percent of the urban area of Luanda and in the very short term it will cover the entire extension of the capital and in the medium term it should cover the provinces of Cabinda, Benguela, Huambo, Huíla, Malanje, Kwanza Sul, Uíje, Namibe, Lunda Norte and Bengo.