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Sub-Saharan Africa fixed broadband lines to nearly triple by 2023

Tuesday 9 April 2019 | 11:49 CET | News
Fixed broadband subscriptions in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) are expected to grow three-fold to 17 million in 2023, from their current levels of 6.6 million, according to a study from Ovum. This will bring increased opportunities for ISPs to fill the connectivity void and to benefit commercially by driving up data usage and growing revenues on their networks with Fixed-Wireless Access (also known as fixed-wireless broadband or WTTx). 

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Huawei / Ovum / Telkom
Countries: Africa
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