Lebanon extends Alfa, Touch contracts by one month
- Lebanon: Thursday, January 31 - 2013 at 01:47
The Lebanese cabinet has approved the extension of the operation licences of Touch and Alfa mobile companies for a maximum of one month to pave the way for a new tender, The Daily Star has reported. The government will have two options, the first of which is to allow the ministry to operate the networks for three months, or extend the contracts with the two current companies for three more months, telecoms minister Nicolas Sehnaoui told the cabinet. According to the current contracts, both touch and Alfa operate the networks on behalf of the state in return for a monthly fee. The contracts are renewed once a year.
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