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Wananchi Telecom Limited (WTL) is a subsidiary of Wananchi Group Holdings, with its headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya. We are the leading tier 1 carrier in East Africa, with strategic partnerships with global Tier 1 Carriers, owning and operating fibre optic cable and satellite systems out of East Africa, forming the basis of a robust network designed to provide our customers with carrier grade services accessible in diverse geographical locations. ASSETS: WTL has: Capacity on TEAMS submarine cable (consortium member), Capacity on EASSY, SEACOM, SEMEWE4 and IMEWE (strategic Partnership), Terrestrial fiber (DWDM, SDH) as either own built fiber or dark fiber (leased and IRU terms), POPs: Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, Mozambique, South Africa, UAE(Fujairah), London, 24*7*365 NOC, Qualified staff happy to serve you SERVICES: WTL offers: Whole Sale Voice, IP transit, Backhaul, Metro Ethernet, MPLS Services, Colocation, Teleport Services CUSTOMERS: WTL offers regional capacity across East Africa and international capacity on undersea cables upto UK, Mumbai and Singapore. We target: (Global, Regional or in-Country) Telecom Operators, Internet Service Provider (ISPs), Virtual Network Operators/Internet Service Providers (VNO/VISP). Think Africa Think Wananchi Telecom!!!

For more information, please visit www.wananchitelecom.com  




As Africa’s carriers’ carrier, WIOCC is revolutionising global connectivity into and out of 30 countries across eastern and southern Africa. Telecommunications carriers can take advantage of affordable and reliable, end-to-end managed services connecting Africa to the world. WIOCC is the largest shareholder in the EASSy submarine cable - at >10Tbit/s, one of the largest serving Africa – and has also made multi-million dollar investments in WACS and EIG, two high-capacity submarine cable systems serving the West and North African coasts respectively. These investments enhance WIOCC’s ‘east+west coast African diversity’ offering, reinforcing WIOCC’s ability to offer carriers high levels of redundancy and deliver the promise of reliable, high-speed connectivity all around Africa. WIOCC’s shareholders’ own terrestrial fibre networks interconnecting 30 African countries over more than 55,000km of terrestrial fibre-optic network, serving 500+ African locations, and WIOCC’s international reach extends to 100 cities in 29 countries in Europe and more than 700 cities in 70 countries globally.

For more information, please visit www.wiocc.net



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