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Airtel Zambia launches Thuraya satellite services

Tuesday 30 September 2014 | 12:19 CET | News
Airtel Zambia has announced the launch of satellite services in partnership with Thuraya. Satellite solutions will complement its existing mobile infrastructure and network coverage in Zambia. Airtel's satellite services include the provision of Thuraya satellite phones and mobile satellite broadband terminals that help users to set up field offices, track fleets or access corporate networks from any location in rural areas or beyond the borders. Customers are therefore always connected, whether via data or through voice. 

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Airtel Zambia / Thuraya
Countries: Zambia
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This sounds like a good move by airtel. It will help some of us who have no network coverage in our communities. But I want to know how I can access this newly launched satellite phone services. Where can I buy such a phone and how much does it cost?
Allan Ng'andu @ 27/12/2014 - 14:15


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