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Paratus Namibia signs up Africa Online as first fibre open access customer

Friday 5 March 2021 | 11:34 CET | News
Paratus Namibia has announced Africa Online as its first fibre open access client. Paratus aims to share its infrastructure  with licensed operators to provide fibre connections to the broader business and domestic market. By removing the main barrier to enter the market, Paratus said, Open Access allows several operators to share the same fibre infrastructure serve their customers without the need to duplicate the costly development of that infrastructure.

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Companies: Africa Online / Paratus Telecom
Countries: Namibia
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