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Call Sudan for only:
  • 9p /min landlines
  • 12p /min mobiles
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  • Get cheap calls to Sudan with Vectone Mobile

    Whether your family and friends live in Khartoum, Omdurman, Port Sudan, Kassala or Al-Ubayyid, Vectone offers cheap calls to Sudan from UK mobiles and the cheapest international call rates. It's time to save with our Free SIM card for Sudan.

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    Sudan call plan Get our Sudan Calling Plan with our Sudan SIM and you can save even more. Make sure each Sudan call cost is as low as possible.

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Calling Sudan from the UK

We want to make national calls and international calls cheaper. We want to give our customers reduced cost calls to Sudan and many other countries round the globe. Just imagine being able to call Sudan for just 12p a minute!


Vectone Free SIM card for Sudan

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Sudan Calling Plans

Sudan has a relatively well-equipped telecommunications infrastructure by regional standards, including a national fibre optic backbone and international fibre connections. Three quarters of the former population live in the north, where mobile market penetration is far higher. Social unrest in South Sudan continues to impose practical difficulties for telecom operators. The market for mobile internet services is flourishing, and traffic for services such as SMS has increased manifold.

Higher telecom taxes has had an impact on telecom sector growth. The main hurdle has been the telecom networks being separated between North and South Sudan. However, the market has seen intensified mobile broadband competition, though there is a wide variation of broadband pricing.