Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone

‘Africell Na Wi Network’


Africell is the leading mobile communications and technology company in Sierra Leone. We launched services in 2005 and have grown to become the nation’s most popular and trusted brand. In Sierra Leone, Africell offers a mix of reliable and affordable data, voice and SMS products. We improve lifestyles and create opportunities through mobile money and other helpful technology services.


Through initiatives designed to promote Salone artists and entertainers, Africell gives local talent the platform it deserves and helps bring it to a wider audience. We invest in education and environmental initiatives across the country. Africell Sierra Leone has 350+ employees with expertise spanning engineering, finance, marketing, sales, HR and more.


Visit www.africell.sl or connect with Africell Sierra Leone on LinkedIn.



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2005

AFRICELL LAUNCH

4 million +

SUBSCRIBERS

60% +

MARKET SHARE

350 +

EMPLOYEES

Sierra Leone

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Freetown

CAPITAL

6.8 million

POPULATION

71,740 sq km

AREA

English, Krio, Mende, Temne

MAIN LANGUAGES

Highlights from Sierra Leone

19 September 2022

New mobile money payment options for solar technology helps cheap and clean electricity go mainstream in Sierra Leone

28 July 2022

Africell identified as a “success story” in DFC’s strategy to finance private sector organisations driving economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa

3 May 2022

TeachMi, a platform created by Africell and Eneza Education, makes quality teaching and instant feedback available to millions of students

11 January 2022

As official GSM partner to the Leone Stars and Gambia Scorpions, Africell is proud to back two talented teams on their quest for glory in one of the world’s preeminent sporting competitions

15 June 2021

The initiative in Sierra Leone overcomes traditional barriers by using mini-podcasts and free file-sharing

19 July 2021

Africell partners with pan-African fintech MFS to provide users in Sierra Leone with smooth and affordable international transfers

29 April 2021

Investment in network infrastructure will bring wider and faster mobile coverage to millions of Sierra Leoneans