http://government.com.na/home/company/523600/telecom-namibia

Telecom Namibia

  •   +264 61 201 2878
  •   9 Luderitz Street, Windhoek, Namibia
  •   P.o. Box 297, Windhoek, Nambia
  •  +264 61 239 844
  •  info@telecom.na



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