MTN Zambia in USD3m link to EASSy
MOBILEBy BiztechAfrica - March 30, 2012, 11:06 a.m.
MTN Zambia is expected to spend around USD3 million on connecting to the East Africa Submarine Cable System (EASSy)
With plans to grow its data network this year, MTN Zambia says it will connect to the EASSy system to improve its mobile internet services.
The company’s chief marketing officer, Ernst Fonternel, said last year that MTN Zambia was seeing increased demand for broadband, and would invest USD150 million on network expansion projects over the next three years.
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