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AccessKenya expands its wireless to rural zones

By | Oct 30th 2010 | 1 min read
By | October 30th 2010

AccessKenya has announced an expansion of its wireless network to Nyeri and Nanyuki and said it plans to increase network coverage to cover major towns across the country.

The two towns and their environs will be covered under the firm’s Wimax network. "This is in line with our strategy of extending network presence to all major towns in the country," said Jonathan Somen, the firm’s Managing Director, adding: "The roll out to the two towns will cater for the increasing demand from existing clients and the potential the company has identified in the region to attract new clients." Mr Somen said the firm had dedicated more than 150 Mega bytes of bandwidth for the region. The firm recently extended the network to Nakuru, Eldoret and Kisumu "to meet the growing demand for ICT services."


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