TN Mobile

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TN Mobile
Type Public
Industry Telecommunications
Founded 2007
Headquarters Windhoek, Namibia
Products GSM, services, 3G, Internet service provider
Website http://www.telecom.na/index.php/tn-mobile/

TN Mobile, first introduced as Cell One and then Leo, [1] is a mobile telecommunications company in Namibia providing cellular coverage. It is the second largest mobile operator in Namibia with currently around 300.000 active subscribers.[2] The company is 100% owned by Telecom Namibia which is in turn wholly owned by the Namibian Government.

In 2012, state-owned Telecom Namibia took full control of Leo, when the Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN) approved the takeover.

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