Telecommunication Companies

A comprehensive list of telecommunication companies operating in Juba, South Sudan. There are 5 major phone networks operating in South Sudan. Each network has different coverage when outside Juba. There is no inter connectivity between some networks and therefore a call from one to another network may have to be made as an international call. As a result most people have sim cards for all networks while some of the networks have Uganda international prefix rather than Sudanese.

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Zain

Juba town near JIT supermarket
www.zain.com

Zain Zain is a leading mobile telecommunications provider in the Middle East and North Africa. In south Sudan Zain offers special rates for calls to other Zain users in other countries where it operates. They claim to have the widest coverage in the country, o ...

Viva Cell

Ministries road

Viva Cell VivaCell became a full fledge GSM operator in South Sudan in 2009. It is the only mobile operator to be headquartered in South Sudan. Vivacell currently operates in all states. This Network is becoming increasingly popular as it has introduced a bonus sch ...

MTN

Hai Jalaba, Juba
www.mtn-southsudan.com

MTN MTN operates in 21 countries in Africa and the Middle East. MTN's South Sudan network currently covers Juba, Wau, Warab, Rumbek, Malakal and Yirol West County (YWC) of Lakes state. Soon MTN will launch its network in Yei, Mundri, Bentiu, Maridi, Yambio an ...

Gemtel

Juba town on the Equity Bank road
www.gemtelgreen.com

Gemtel Gemtel a privately owned company was licensed by the Government of South Sudan (GoSS) in 1996 and launched commercial GSM services shortly after in the cities of Juba and Yei. By mid-2009 the company had expanded its footprint to cover Waw, Torit, Bor and ...

Sudatel

www.sudatel.sd

Sudatel Sudatel is a nationwide Telecom Company as it operates in North and South. Sudatel was established in 1993 as a public company following the privatization of Telecom Corporation and began operations in February 1994.

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