Namibians should brace themselves for faster internet connection should the country’s Fiber to the Home (FTTH) internet service provider Paratus, carry out the network upgrade slated for November 2018.
Andrew Hall, the chief customer service manager at Paratus told a section of the media that the planned network upgrade had been delayed severally due to manufacturing delays and deliverables. But now, everything has been sorted, and the ISP is ready to embark on the network upgrade this November.
Hall says the planned upgrade will eliminate the network inconsistencies that has been bedeviling their network in addition to improving efficiency.
“Once all upgrades are complete, Paratus will be able to offer customers better LTE connectivity.”
He further reiterated the need for Paratus to remain at the front of technology advancement, in order to provide good service to its customers. While remaining in a position of strong financial standing.
“We have been planning the upgrades for quite some time, during which various lab tests were carried out. Meticulous planning is crucial when implementing in a live environment, as to not disrupt any service delivery to our clients.”
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