Balkan Telekom extends connectivity in ME

Satellite broadband services deployed via Avanti’s HYLAS 2 Ka-band satellite
Avanti’s HYLAS 2.
Avanti’s HYLAS 2.

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Turkey based satellite service provider, Balkan Telekom has signed a contract with Avanti Communications to extend its reach across Middle East and Turkey. The services will be deployed immediately to enterprise users, via Avanti’s HYLAS 2 Ka-band satellite.

Hüseyin Akta?, CEO at Balkan Telekom commented: “We are pleased to grow our existing relationship with Avanti. The flexibility of Avanti’s network has given us the opportunity to increase our addressable market with a range of new packages. Delivering a range of SLAs, these are leading broadband satellite internet solutions for businesses that remain uncovered by the terrestrial providers. Avanti’s HYLAS 2 satellite provides extensive coverage of the major countries that we want to target.”

Matthew O’Connor, chief operating officer at Avanti Communications, commented: “Avanti is dedicated to providing service with unparalleled quality and flexibility. By putting customers first, we strengthen their brands and power their growth. We are proud to be supporting the expansion of service to Balkan Telecom’s enterprise customers across Turkey and the Middle East.” 

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