Lonestar Cell

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Lonestar Cell
Subsidiary
Industry Telecommunications
Founded 2000
Headquarters Monrovia, Liberia
Area served
Nationwide
Key people
Mazen Mroue (CEO) Benoni Urey (Chair)
Products Mobile telephones
Owner MTN Group
Website lonestarcell.com

Lonestar Cell is a telecommunications company based in Monrovia, Liberia. The company owns and operates the largest wireless telecommunications network in Liberia, with 48% of the market share in 2011. Founded in 2000 by Beirut-based Investcom, the company became a subsidiary of the South African conglomerate MTN Group following MTN's acquisition of Investcom in 2006. Liberian businessman Benoni Urey is the Chair of Lonestar Communication Corporation and owns a significant portion of the company through his PLC Investments Grouup. [1]

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