Liberia: LoneStar Cell MTN's suspension could be security nightmare

From IT News Africa news alert Mon Nov 26 2012, 02:34:22

The Heritage from Monrovia reports that management of LoneStar Cell MTN has described plans by Liberia's Telecommunications Authority (LTA) to suspend its operating license for three days as "a...

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