February 12th, 2013 | satellite broadband | Comments Off
K-NET reported that its satellite services has successfully transitioned to the new Astra 2F high-powered satellite, allowing the African telecommunications company to launch new TV and satellite broadband packages throughout Sub-Saharan Africa.
The Company will offer a complete selection of service packages -the business-grade CONNECT packages and the high-performance PREMIUM packages- to various businesses and consumers in sixteen West and Central African countries. All satellite broadband packages offer unlimited download volumes during off-peak hours. K-NET further assures 99.7 percent service availability anywhere in Africa as well as local sales and after-sales support across the entire territory, be it in densely-populated urban locations or barely-populated rural areas.
The Company’s satellite Teleport at Accra, Ghana will deliver K-NET’s new, upgraded satellite broadband and TV services across sixteen African countries.