April 18, 2014 3:08 AM ET

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Company Overview of Emerging Markets Telecommunication Services Limited

Company Overview

Emerging Markets Telecommunication Services Limited, doing business as Etisalat Nigeria, provides telecommunication services to customers in Nigeria. It offers various personal services, including international roaming; business solutions, which include postpaid, corporate, and SME solutions; mobile broadband services, such as smartphone data plans and Facebook bundle; various portal services; various mobile devices, such as phone and devices; and customer care and electronic top up recharge services. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in Lagos, Nigeria.

Plot 19, Zone L

Banana Island Foreshore Estate

Federal Government Layout

Ikoyi

Lagos,  

Nigeria

Founded in 2008

Phone:

234 0809 0000 200

Fax:

234 0809 0000 201

Key Executives for Emerging Markets Telecommunication Services Limited

Acting Chief Executive Officer and Chief Commercial Officer
Age: 47
Chief Human Resources Officer
Director of PMO and Operational Strategy
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

Emerging Markets Telecommunication Services Limited Key Developments

ETISALAT Reportedly Retains Standard Bank For Sale Of Towers

Emirates Telecommunications Corporation (ADX:ETISALAT) has retained Standard Bank to advise on the planned sale of transmitter towers by Etisalat Nigeria (Emerging Markets Telecommunication Services Limited), three banking sources aware of the matter said. It was reported in October, 2013 that Etisalat Nigeria was looking at divesting its towers in a deal that could raise about $400 million.

Etisalat Nigerian Announces Management Changes

Etisalat's Nigerian unit said chief executive officer Steven Evans resigned last month and returned home to the UK after leading the company for most of its five years in existence. Chief commercial officer Matthew Willsher was appointed as acting CEO in his place, Chineze Amanfo.

Intelligent Energy and Etisalat Nigeria Announce Energy Device Collaboration

Intelligent Energy announced collaboration with Etisalat Nigeria, starting immediately. The companies will work together to test personal energy devices powered by Intelligent Energy's proven fuel cell technology, with an Etisalat user trial to commence in this quarter. With the growth in demand for mobile services and data, reliable and off-grid energy is becoming increasingly important. The scope of the Etisalat trial will include in-field testing of a new, cutting-edge solution, based on Intelligent Energy's clean energy technology with selected customers across various devices.

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