19 July 2019
Paratus Telecommunications in Namibia has introduced its fibre packages to businesses and residents in the city of Gobabis.
The company is offering capped and uncapped packages starting from N$620 for 100Mbps and N$785 for 10Mbps.
Paratus has completed a national fibre project, connecting from the WACS landing station in Swakopmund eastward to the border of Botswana, serving Gobabis and other towns en-route.
The city’s council representative, councillor Liberius Kalili said he was “proud” to have Paratus come forward and address the requirement for businesses and residents to move into the digital age with fibre-optic cable solutions.Find out more
14 June 2019
Telecom Egypt has signed a landing party agreement worth USD45m with Pakistan and East Africa Connecting Europe (PEACE) Cable International Network and PCCW Global, the international operating division of HKT, the Hong Kong telecom service provider.
The company clarified that PEACE is a 12,000 km long cable system with landings in Pakistan, Djibouti, Egypt, Kenya and France that provides open, flexible and carrier-neutral services for its customer base.
“The PEACE cable will cross Egypt through new diversified terrestrial routes between the Zafarana and AbouTalat cable landing stations, where Telecom Egypt will provide PEACE with brand new state of the art landing facilities,” said the Egyptian firm.Find out more