The network upgrade, valued at Kshs 220 million is expected to be complete by the end of October, laying basis for the provision of speeds of up to 50Mbps for its
"Over the last two years we have had an unprecedented growth in our customer numbers, hence the need to provision more capacity in the network to accommodate the growth. This upgrade will ensure that we offer improved quality of service, to existing and new customers," said
Alden added, "The work required to put the necessary infrastructure in place began earlier this year and is due to end in October .The upgrade will focus on increasing network access capacity for the end user ; new voice architecture so as to provide cutting edge telephony services and increase national backbone capacity".
The announcement comes just days after the latest Quarterly Statistics released last week by the Communications Authority showed that
Zuku uses HFC (Hybrid Fibre-Coaxial) and FTTH (Fibre to the Home) technology to serve our customers in the various neighborhoods in
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