Telkom seeks resurgence with new identity

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Telkom has entered the home broadband segment with the introduction of a home data offer dubbed the ‘Home Plan’ for its home users with 4G. Coming on the heels of the launch of Telkom’s 4G network, which is now available
in all major cities and towns in Kenya, the new data offering will see Telkom subscribers experience the upgraded network at discounted data bundles – the most competitive in the market. A 4G-enabled network has been at the heart of Telkom’s transformation in the last one year. Telkom has so far rolled-out about 160 4G sites across the country in a US$50 million network and upgrading investment. The company says its 4G is supported
by significant investments in fiber optic undersea cables. It has stakes in TEAMs, a 5,000-kilometre undersea fibre optic cable (through Fujairah in the UAE), in LION2, a 2,700-kilometre cable (through Mayotte in Mauritius) and in the East Africa Submarine System cable. It also manages the governments National Optic Fibre Backbone, a national inland fibre optic cable network.

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