The Star (Nairobi)

20 February 2013

Kenya: Telkom Kenya to Upgrade Its Cable to Curb Vandalism

Telkom Kenya has begun replacing its copper cables with fibre ones after rising cases of cuts and vandalism. The exercise will cost 4 billion shillings. Product Manager Felix Aron says they will start in Upper Hill and Milimani areas before tackling other areas in the country.

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