13-10-2017 by redazione
It will be the most important Chinese connectivity company to give fast internet through fiber optics to Kenya.
The agreement was initialled by Huawei and the Kenyan Government yesterday in Nairobi.
The Chinese company, which has already prepared 4300 kilometres of fibre-optic fibre throughout the country, will complete the programme with 2100 kilometres plus 500 kilometres for military use.
The project also includes links to implement the Government's digitisation services for immigration, taxes and civil motorization.
According to Huawei, fast internet prices in Kenya will be competitive compared to current prices.
After Kilifi and Watamu, optical fiber are coming also in Malindi, where they are placing cables for super-fast internet connection for every supplier.
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