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IS, Rain to offer commercial LTE-A to South African ISPs

Tuesday 13 June 2017 | 09:43 CET | News
South Africa's Internet Solutions (IS) and Rain (previously known as Wireless Business Solutions), will offer commercial LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) to local Internet service providers (ISPs). IS will act as Rain's 'open access' go-to-market partner for its fixed LTE-A product. Targeting local ISPs whose customers will benefit from fibre-like mobile connectivity, Internet Solutions and Rain anticipates that offering competitively-priced access to LTE-A will present local ISPs with new growth opportunities. First announced in September 2016, the Rain LTE-A network of currently 750 active base

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Internet Solutions
Countries: South Africa
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