Company Name: Viettel Cameroun SARL
Address: 87 P.B Yaounde, Cameroon
Nexttel always support and create conditions for people to express creation and to contribute to the development of Cameroon.
Brand name Nexttel composed of "Next" and "Telecommunication" - implying to a telecommunications company which always developing to bring people the best services.
Services lauching: 9/2014
Services providing: Mobile, Internet, fixed broadband
Nexttel is the first network in Cameroon provide 3G services. With network infrastructure includin fiber optic, Nexttel aims to provide the latest industry experienced the most advanced technology to the people of Cameroon.
1. General Information
- Country: Republic of Cameroon
- Capital: Yaoundé
- Area: 475,440 km2 (1.4 times larger than Vietnam), ranked 54th in the world.
- Location: The country is located in Central and West Africa on the Bight of Bonny, part of the Gulf of Guinea and the Atlantic Ocean. The country's neighbours are Nigeria to the west; Chad to the northeast; the Central African Republic to the east; and Equatorial Guinea, Gabon and the Republic of the Congo to the south
- Climate: Cameroon is divided into 2 different climatic zones:
+ North Region: Dry, with two seasons: rainy and dry.
* The rainy season from April to September, the average rainfall is about 1000-1750 mm / 1 year.
* The rest of the year is the dry season where temperatures can reach 40 ° C. The average temperature is about 28 ° C.
+ South Region: hot and humid, divided into two rainy seasons and two dry seasons.
* Rainy season from March to June, heavy rains from August to November.
* Dry season from June to August, hard from November to March.
Cameroon has many hills, average altitude is about 1,000 meters above the sea.
- Language: Both English and French are official languages, although French is by far the most understood language (80+%)
- National: 05/20/1972.
- GDP growth rate:
+ GDP growth rate in 2014: 5%
+ GDP per capita in 2013: $ 1.315.
- GDP composition by sector:
+ Agriculture: 20.7%
+ Industry: 27.7%
+ Services: 51.6% (2012 est.)
+ Exports: $ 6 billion (2012 est.).
+ Export commodities: crude oil and petroleum products, timber, cocoa, aluminum, coffee and cotton.
( China 14.8%, Netherlands 9.5%, Spain 8.8%, India 8.4%, Portugal 7.9%, Italy 5.9%, US 5 and 3%.)
+ Imports: $ 6.5 billion (2012 est.).
+ Imported commodities: machinery, electrical equipment, transport equipment, fuel and food.
( China 18.9%, France 15%, Nigeria 12.1%, Belgium 5.2%, 4.4% American Indian 4.2%.)
- Population: 20,549,221 people (2013 est.)
- The population growth rate: 2.04% (2013 est.).
- The proportion of the poor: 48% (living below $ 2 / day).
- The rate of literacy (age 15 and up): 71.3% of the population.
- Age ratio:
0-14: 40% (male 4,151,140 / female 4,076,797)
15-24 years: 20.3% (male 2,107,067 / female 2,066,718)
25-54: 31.9% (male 3,317,740 / female 3,240,609)
55-64: 4.3% (male 419.751 / 468.077 female)
65 and over: 3.4% (male 319.597 / 381.725 female) (2013 est.)
Cameroon's population is quite young, between the ages of 0-24 years old accounted for 60.3% of the population.
- Urban population: 52.1% (2011).
- Labor force by occupations:
+ Agriculture: 70%
+ Industry: 13%
+ Services: 17%
2. Ethnic group:
- Ethnic groups of Cameroon: the Cameroon Highlanders (31%), Equatorial Bantu (19%), the Kirdi (11%), the Fulani (10%), the Northwest Bantu (8%), the East Nigeria (7%), African people of other ethnic groups (13%), not Africans (under 1%).
3. Religion: 40% of people in Cameroon follow indigenous beliefs, 40% Christian and 20% Muslim.
In 2010, the literacy rate of Cameroon was estimated to be 71.3% (male 78.3% and female 64.8%). Most children have access to state-run schools that are cheaper than private and religious facilities. The educational system is a mixture of British and French precedents with most instruction in English or French.
Cameroon has one of the highest school attendance rates in Africa. Girls attend school less regularly than boys do because of cultural attitudes, domestic duties, early marriage and pregnancy, and sexual harassment. Although attendance rates are higher in the south, a disproportionate number of teachers are stationed there, leaving northern schools chronically understaffed