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YooMee Cameroon Shuts Down its YooMee Live service

yoomeeInternet service provider, YooMee Cameroon, has shut down its YooMee Live service which was providing IM, Facebook, YouTube, e-mail and photo sharing at the authorisation of Microsoft Windows Live, the parent owner of the service.

In a statement, YooMee, said Microsoft will discontinue YooMee Live which the two firms launched after they reached an agreement in November 2011. YooMe is asking is asking users to download their data before it’s deactivated on June 27, 2014.

A subsidiary of YooMee Africa AG, YooMee Cameroon provides high speed wireless broadband internet in Cameroon and was launched in Cameroon in 2011.

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In April, YooMee Africa Group  launched its operations in Côte d’Ivoire in Abidjan providing its latest global technology TD-LTE to individuals and businesses to give them faster Internet experience with more stability and better reliability.During the launch, Mr. Dov Bar-Gera, CEO of YooMee Africa Ltd. said, “I am very proud that the authorities of Côte d’Ivoire have issued to YooMee the necessary permissions and spectrum to build the first LTE network in the country. With this network, West Africa is leapfrogging into a new era of the Internet.”The firm provides a USB Key and Mobile WiFi, both dedicated for the mobile usage, and the desktop YooMee Box for the office or for home usage from US$ 100 up to US$ 160.

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Sam Wakoba
Sam Wakobahttp://techmoran.com
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