12 November 2012

Kenya: Access Kenya to Invest 120 Million for Better Conectivity

Access Kenya is planning to spend over 120 million shillings in the next one year to improve broadband service to its customers. Managing Director Kris Senanu says the company will focus on delivering reliable connectivity through the fibre optic cable.

Latest CCK statistics indicate that internet subscription is growing largely driven by mobile internet.

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