Seacom expands business services to Cape Town, Durban

Seacom has extended its business services to “coastal South Africa”.

By - March 14, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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Seacom has extended its business services to “coastal South Africa”, following the launch of Seacom Business in Gauteng in 2015.

“Business customers in Cape Town and Durban… will now be able to buy high-speed bandwidth solutions directly from Seacom Business and through its resellers,” said the company.

“The new service offerings include Fibre Internet Access, with options ranging from dedicated 25Mbps up to 1Gbps.”

Seacom has also established channel partnerships with ICT resellers, service providers, and systems integrators.

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