New broadband service for West Africa

YahClick serviceFrom MACOUMBA BEYE in Dakar, Senegal
DAKAR, (CAJ News) – YAHSAT, the global satellite operator, is preparing to launch its flagship broadband service to five new markets in West Africa.

The YahClick service will be available in Benin, Gambia, Ghana, Ivory Coast and Senegal.

Yahsat is participating in the West Africa Com as part of its expansion plans. The event unites critical players in the telco value chain.

“We are excited to participate in West Africa Com for the second year,” said Farhad Khan, Chief Commercial Officer at Yahsat.

“Africa is a high-priority market for us, and with the commercial readiness of our third satellite Al Yah 3 we are now able to offer our broadband connectivity solutions to even more markets across the continent.”

The United Arab Emirates-based Yahsat first introduced Ka-Band satellite technology to Africa through YahClick in 2012.

It has already proven to be an enabler of socio-economic development across Africa and other parts of the world.

YahClick has also been a great success in supporting businesses to sustain and further grow their operations through its reliability and high quality of service.
– CAJ News

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Posted by on Jul 10 2018. Filed under Africa & World, Broadband, Featured, Finance, Mobile & Telecoms, National, Regional, Technology. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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