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AccessKenya to invest millions fibre connectivity

13 November 2012, 15:01

Nairobi – Capital News reports that, AccessKenya Group has announced plans to continue pushing for fibre connectivity uptake in the next financial year to deliver a better broadband experience to its customers.

AccessKenya Managing Director Kris Senanu said the company has seen merits of delivering reliable connectivity through the fibre optic cable and is considering more investment of over KES 120 million in 2013 towards deploying fibre solutions to the corporate sector in Kenya.

He said that, they continue to sign up clients onto their fibre network and their expansion is entirely demand-driven.

- For more details visit Capital News

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