BTCL hands wholesale business to BoFiNet

BoFiNet chairperson Ratsele Mooketsi and Gerald Nthebolang BTCL board member at the Official Assets handover to Bofinet
BoFiNet chairperson Ratsele Mooketsi and Gerald Nthebolang BTCL board member at the Official Assets handover to Bofinet

The Botswana Telecommunications Corporation Limited (BTCL) smoothly handed over the wholesale business it has been handling for government to BoFiNet on Monday.

The business includes the newly deployed dense wave division multiplex system including hardware, software, licenses, supporting contracts, network equipment (countrywide and in London), spares and vehicles used to deploy the network.

“We will also be handing BoFiNet the East Africa Sea System (EASSY) and the West Africa System (WACS) rights and obligations plus backhaul links connecting these systems through Telkom Namibia and Telkom SA,” BTCL Managing Director Paul Taylor said.

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