High-reliability broadband hits sixteen African countries

Sixteen countries across West and Central Africa now have access to a range of broadband Internet service packages which are available everywhere - from the most densely-populated urban areas to the most sparsely-populated rural locations. The offering from triple-play provider K-NET allows for unrivalled levels of performance and value for money.

The service packages are aimed at all demographics, from small businesses and consumers to large enterprises, and offer unlimited download volumes during off-peak hours. The packages also boast service availability of 99.7%, the most reliable on the African continent.

The new broadband Internet services from K-NET are available anywhere in Nigeria, DRC, Ghana, Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Guinea,Benin, Rwanda, Burundi, Sierra Leone, Togo, Central African Republic, Congo, Liberia, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea.

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