01-06-2019 by redazione
Finally, the internet connection in Malindi and Watamu becomes unlimited, fast, affordable with much needed quick technical! This is due to iNet Africa, an internet provider that started in Malindi in April 2017 and has expanded it’s coverage gradually, with services now available from the area of Gongoni, Mambrui and covering the entire coastal area until Watamu (Mayungu & Jacaranda Bay).
"We chose Malindi” - explains Sumeet Rajpal, software developer and founder – “because it’s the town I grew up in and when I moved back in 2017 from Australia, there was a desperate need for reliable and affordable connectivity. We carried out research and listened to the needs and requests of our potential customers in order to offer the best possible service in and around Malindi and have received a great response from the community.
The goal now, is to continue to expand while maintaining the same quality of service out to the entire County of Kilifi connecting both homes and businesses!"
iNet uses the latest in wireless technology to offer a connection that is comparable to that of optical fibers, with the added benefit of providing customers easier access & wider coverage. The service, using the 5Ghz spectrum, is able to provide speeds of up to 150mbps, unthinkable until now in Malindi! Already several hotels, homes and businesses on the north coast of Kenya rely on iNet not only for their internet access, but also for the installation of security cameras, management of their networks and IT support. iNet has various internet plan options for both businesses and homes, starting with a very competitive Ksh. 3000 per month!
You can view a full list of their plans here (https://inet.africa#plans)
iNet currently has two offices:
Malindi: 1st floor, Om Plaza on Lamu Road (https://goo.gl/maps/jnwCWuok6LdqaRb39)
Watamu: 3rd floor, Peponi Plaza in Richlands (https://goo.gl/maps/CsLwYLNxMaBz4rEH8)
Having their offices close by guarantees quick support and implementation.
In addition to internet solutions, iNet Africa also supplies any IT related equipment like routers, laptops and smart T.V boxes at their Malindi office and in the near future has plans offer other IT related services like website and mobile application development and digital marketing solutions.
For more information, including rates, you can contact iNet via email@example.com or via their website at https://inet.africa/contacts/
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