Telecom Namibia launches high-speed broadband

Service to offer speeds up to 120Mbps in certain parts of the country
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Telecom Namibia has launched unlimited high speed broadband service with speeds up to 120Mbps in certain parts of the country.

The company also has announced that Speedlink broadband speeds will be boosted by up to two times for free. Telecom Namibia first made free speed upgrades for all of its customers in May 2012 with the commissioning of the West Africa Cable System (WACS).

“This is a significant step in Namibia’s next generation broadband journey. This development will transform broadband speeds at homes as well as businesses and propel Namibia up the broadband league tables in the world,” said Isak Ouseb, acting head of marketing at Telecom Namibia.

“Speedlink LitePLus is an Internet access game-changer. We are now at the forefront of business and residential Internet, offering customers superior speeds to access and embrace the new world of media and web innovations,” he said.

Ouseb added that to support the demand for high-speed connectivity and the country’s ICT vision, Telecom Namibia has invested millions in developing a solid fibre-optic infrastructure.

“For over 22 years, we have backed businesses in Namibia with technology, connectivity and innovative solutions customised to business needs across industry verticals,” he added. 

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