Congo Chine Télécom

Congo Chine Télécom S.A.R.L. (CCT) was the name of a Chinese telecommunications company operating in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (owned 51% by ZTE? of China and 49% by the DRC government). It was created in 2001 and bought (100%) by the French company in 2011. It became Orange RDC? in 2012


In early 2007 it was announced that CCT translated the interface (menu) for mobile phones in Lingala, Luba, Swahili, and French. The localisation was given the name "Kit A12+". See:

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