The ETC was activated in Central African Republic in December 2013 to respond to the needs of data and security telecommunications services, technical and maintenance support in common operational area and overall coordination of emergency telecommunication services. The identified operational areas are: Bangui, Bossangoa, Bouar, Paoua, Bambari, Kaga Bandoro, N’Délé and Zémio
The main internet services providers are Moov, Orange, Telecel, Azur as well as various international VSAT provider representatives such as AS-Technologies and Xiane Consult International.
Orange, Telecel, Moov and Azur are the mobile operators avaiable in the country. 55 % of the population have access to mobile network (2012).
Only the capital, Bangui, has a 24/7 COMCEN.
Paoua, Bossangoa and Zemio have a 10/7 COMCEN.
ENERCA is the main power provider and is only providing services in Bangui.
Voltage: 220-240 Volts
Primary Socket Type: Euro plug
A.R.T. is the telecommunications regulatory authority in Central African Republic.
Frequency usage fees are excessive; this applies to VSAT, HF, VHF and satellite phones.
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General elections in October/November 2015.
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