Onlime expands capacity on AFRICASAT-1a

MEASAT signed agreement with Onlime
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MEASAT has announced an agreement with Onlime GmbH (“Onlime”) for additional transponder capacity on the AFRICASAT-1a satellite.

Under the terms of the agreement, Onlime expands capacity on AFRICASAT-1a to support their growth in the African markets.

Onlime, that brought together CET Teleport and the Limeline Group earlier this year, offers Business Communications solutions to enterprise, government, military, oil & gas, mining, hotels, banking, NGO and many other customer groups across the globe.

”Onlime services across Africa are in high demand,” said Paul Ziegler, chief executive officer of Onlime.

“AFRICASAT-1a with its high-powered pan-African coverage is an excellent platform for expanding our services across the continent,” he added.

“MEASAT is delighted to continue supporting Onlime’s business in Africa,” said Raj Malik, senior vice president, Sales and Marketing, MEASAT. 

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