Liquid Telecom, a multinational paler in the telecom industry with a presence in about 11 African countries and the United Kingdom, entered the Rwandan market in 2013 after taking over Rwandatel. The firm has major telecom players as its clients and is set to increase investments in the country.
Liquid Telecom entered the Rwandan market around 2013 after buying into a local firm. What is your penetration strategy and impact in this market?
Our vision is to build a pan-African fibre network operating as a single network that not only provides connectivity nationally, but also aimed at facilitating regional integration and increased trade across African borders.
That is why we built what is now Africa’s biggest fibre network connecting 14 countries. With its headquarters in Kigali, we shall be able to connect all the other countries to Rwanda within a matter of days. Read more. Source | New Times