Telecom Namibia, Paratus partner to land subsea cable in Namibia

NAMIBIA – Africa’s leading integrator of technology Paratus and Telecom Namibia have signed an unprecedented agreement to land the subsea cable, Equiano, in Namibia. The agreement will also, critically, provide Namibian networks and their customers with greater capacity, enabling more product options that can stimulate economic growth and support a competitive telecommunication sector. “This is a major milestone for Paratus. We are honoured to be co-investing with Telecom Namibia on the Equiano subsea cable project because this matches our goals of delivering unlimited connectivity and building Africa’s quality network with…

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Telco company Moov Africa to set up subsea cable from Morocco to Togo

TOGO – Moov Africa Togo, a subsidiary of the Maroc Telecom Group, has announced plans for a new subsea cable on the continent, connecting Casablanca in Morocco to Lomé in Togo. The news is set to bolster the company’s offering in Togo, with the Maroc Group’s H1 financial results revealing that the company saw a 13.8% decline in subscribers, compared to the same period in 2019. “This cable will develop and improve international coverage and connectivity, especially national connectivity. It has a great capacity which will allow internet users to…

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