Today (8 June 2012), Telkom announced its annual results for the year ended 31 March 2012.
During her presentation, CEO Nombulelo Moholi said that Telkom will be re-positioning its fibre portfolio to make it cheaper and easier for its customers to access fibre services to satisfy their growing demand for bandwidth.
Moholi said that the company will be consolidating its position as a telecom wholesaler of choice, boasting the strongest fibre network in South Africa.
Telkom is planning to revamp its access network, leveraging fibre-to-the-premise (FTTx) to support “super fast quality broadband”.
The company is further aiming to enhance its core network, boosting customers’ online experience and laying the foundation for fixed-mobile convergence.
Moholi said that customers can expect to see pre-packed and tailor made fixed-mobile packages from Telkom this year.
“We will allow customers to choose between basic, advanced, premium or customised converged voice and data deals with a compelling value proposition,” said Moholi.