TelOne to launch FTTH and Wi-Fi

New FTTH offering will enable TelOne to compete with the existing fibre services
TelOne to launch FTTH and Wi-Fi

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 The state-owned Zimbabwean firm TelOne is planning to launch its new range of fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) broadband packages and unveil its new network of Wi-Fi hotspots in the capital Harare, which has been dubbed Metro City Wi-Fi.

The new FTTH offering will enable TelOne to compete with the existing fibre services from the likes of Liquid Telecom and ZOL, TechZim reports.

Last month, TelOne announced a project to extend fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) high speed internet networks to eight new areas covering some 9,500 households. The areas to gain coverage include Ruwa, Norton, Ngezi and Zvishavane, plus the Harare suburbs of Mount Pleasant Heights, Mainway Meadows, Tynwald and Westgate. The operator is also consolidating and expanding its fibre-to-the-building (FTTB) deployments in Bulawayo, Mutare, Harare and other smaller towns.

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