Last week, MTN Uganda released a press statement that showed off its superiority in internet connectivity in the region. The company plans to strengthen it’s lead by offering Internet geographical redundancy, providing three Internet fiber connections that guarantee business continuity for its customers. This means that whether there is a Local Fiber cut within Uganda or a Fiber cut in Kenya or Rwanda, or an undersea cable cut, MTN can use an alternative route to still provide its customers with World-class Internet.
“Network downtime for Enterprises usually results in significant revenue losses, but this can be avoided by using MTN’s Connectivity to ensure that Customers and their Businesses are never offline. With scalable, customized solutions, MTN Business is positioned to make small business bigger and big business better. Your business is never offline with MTN”.
Says MTN’s Chief Marketing Officer, Ernst Fonternel.
The company has consistently invested in its Network rollout and Infrastructure development to ensure that its customers are able to enjoy a seamless service; both MTN voice and data services.
At the beginning of last year, MTN officially commissioned its Fiber network at Katuna Border in in the west. This landmark development was the first terrestrial link to Rwanda that was earmarked to greatly lower cost and significantly improve quality of communications services in the region.
This is in addition to the other two cables already connected through the Kenya route from Mombasa which provide Uganda with unique redundancy and a backup structure for secured and reliable connectivity while providing quality voice and data services.
MTN Uganda continues to be the pioneer of innovation by rolling out products and services to suit the needs of its customers.
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