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NAMIBIA INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT FORUM MTC Namibia Presented by Tim Ekandjo November 2011. About MTC Services Investments. MTC SHAREHOLDING. Swedfund. 1995-2004. 2004-2006. 2006. NPTH 54% Telia 26% Swedfund Intern 20%. NPTH 100%. NPTH 66% Portugal Telecom 34%.

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NAMIBIA INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT FORUM

MTC Namibia

Presented by Tim Ekandjo

November 2011

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About MTC

  • Services
  • Investments
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MTC SHAREHOLDING

Swedfund

1995-2004

2004-2006

2006...

  • NPTH 54%
  • Telia 26%
  • Swedfund Intern 20%
  • NPTH 100%
  • NPTH 66%
  • Portugal Telecom 34%
  • NPTH 54% with Telia and Swedfund jointly owning 46%
  • NPTH owning 100% shares
  • NPTH 66% majority shareholder and PT 34%
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STRENGTH OF INTERNATIONAL PARTNERING

Swedfund

1995-2004

2004-2006

2006...

  • NPTH 54%
  • Telia 26%
  • Swedfund Intern 20%
  • NPTH 100%
  • NPTH 66%
  • Portugal Telecom 34%
  • Leverage on skills and resources/technical expertise
  • Ability to introduce world class and latest technology instantly to Namibian market
  • Competitive marketing and commercial activities
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OUR FOOTRPRINT

  • Covering 98% of population
  • Covering 60% of Namibia
  • Offering Voice, email and SMS
  • Offering Mobile Banking
  • Offering Internet Banking
  • Over 725 base stations across the country
evolution
EVOLUTION

Started with 2G/Voice/Limited data

Introduced 2.5G GPRS/Edge

3G

3.5G (HSDPA) up to 7.2 mb

Future- 4G with uplink speed of 50 mgs and downlink 150 mgs

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About MTC

  • Coverage/Services
  • Investments
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Track Record of delivering leading-edge solutions

SubmarineCable

NetworkNorth

RoadsCoverage

RuralAreas

Soft

Switch

Inception first call

MetroRing

LTE(4G)

1995 … 2000 … 2005 07 08 2010 … 2015

Pre-PaidTANGO

Microwave

Backbone

SataliteStation

3GHSDPA

SingleRAN 7.2

BackbonesDWDM

Second

Switch

GPON

InvestmentN$ Millions

113

442

1,240

1,800until 2012 commited 1,0562013/14 will 800

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SADC Region is advanced in termsof UMTS adoption

Technologies deployed in SADC Region

Download speed [mbps]

GSM

UMTS

roaming partners
ROAMING PARTNERS

Total of 143 countries around the world

315 networks (voice)

73 GPRS

35 3G

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About MTC

  • Coverage/Services
  • Investments
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LTE in Rural Areas – 800MHz (technology &

frequency is available)

  • Voice 2G Rural Areas: 95% of the population (census 01) and 63% of Area
  • Total 724 BTS: 571-2G and 152-3G, and 2G Rural has 301 BTS
  • 4G at 800MMHz: Will provide Bandwidth with higher coverage than current we have 3G in Urban (21Mbps)
  • Fibre Backhauls is on of the challenges
  • Total of Investment over N$200 million (only in Rural)
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International Internet – WACS and redundancythrough Infraco SA and Seacom & SAT-3

  • WACS: Principal International Internet connection
  • Backbones: OPGW (optical ground wire) in utility and others fibre notes
  • Redundancy: Connection through South Africa through Infraco, connected to the alternatives submarine cables

WACS

NAMIBIA

Seacom

SAT-3

SOUTH AFRICA

(Mtunzini)

SOUTH AFRICA

(Cape Town)

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The sucessful Trail Test of 4G/LTE

in February 11

  • MTC successfully tested 4G and is ready to be the amongst the 1st in Africa to commercially launch it