|Founded||11 July 2001|
|Parent||Orascom Telecom Holding|
Djezzy GSM, a branch of the Algeria-based Orascom Telecom, is Algeria's principal mobile network operator, with a market share of 65% (over 16.49 million subscribers as of Nov 2011) and a network covering 90% of the population (48 wilayas.) It acquired the country's second GSM license in 11 July 2001, with a bid of $737 million, and was officially launched on February 15, 2002. It has two competitors: the government-owned Algeria Mobile Network and Wataniya.
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