AccessKenya Group ready to invest over Ksh.120 million in the next financial year to expand fibre connectivity uptake in Kenya. The company has acknowledged that they have seen merits of delivering reliable connectivity through the fibre optic cable
According to Managing Director Kris Senanu:
We continue to sign up clients onto our fibre network and our expansion is entirely demand – driven. This not only underscores the need for strategic investment in the deployment of fibre technologies, but also signals the maturity of the Kenyan market in internet usage and consumption.
The problem we have seen facing this country since the landing of the first fibre optic cable is the issue of the last mile connectivity. The country has huge capacity of unused bandwidth and is encouraging to hear AccessKenya’s plans.