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Huge Traffic of Tunisia / Ivory Coast
14-09-2017, 09:34 AM
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Huge Traffic of Tunisia / Ivory Coast


Dear Valued Provider(s),

EKUM PTE LTD (eKumTel) deals with A-Z termination for both retail and wholesale traffic.
We have bulk of live traffic for the following route:



Tunisia-cellular Tuntel

Ivory Coast-proper

Ivory Coast-cellular Orange


Best Regards,

Philip Green
EKUM PTE. LTD. (eKumTel)
E-mail: philip@ekumtel.com
Skype: philip.ekumtel
Web: http://www.ekumtel.com

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