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Liquid Telecom Offering Two Months FREE Satellite Internet Connection

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Liquid Telecom Offering Two Months FREE Satellite Internet Connection

Liquid Telecom has now geared up to give two months of free internet Data to all its new VSAT customers. Liquid Telecom free welcome offer will expire on 30 April 2017. From 1st May, new customers will have to pay. According to the telecom company ,it will be offering speeds of up-to 10Mbps in remote areas, or the VSAT can act as an instant backup at a key installation in the city.

To grab Liquid Telecom VSAT for free, you have to just register on Liquid website. According to the company, the free months will be months eleven and twelve.
Liquid Telecom which currently is probably the largest operator of fibre and business satellite services on the African continent. The company has been growing rapidly over the last few years powered by the demand for infrastructure to support broadband Internet on the African continent. The company, which has so far built a fibre optic network that spans 15 African countries from South Africa, all the way to the border of South Sudan in East Africa, now wants to move into West Africa.

Liquid Telecom is the first operator, African or otherwise, to build a satellite hub at Teraco Earth Station in South Africa. The Hub offers KU-Band and C-Band options to suit business needs, even in the most under-serviced and remote parts of Africa.

Liquid Telecom has run approximately 10,000km from South Africa to the Middle East. It connects to Liquid Telecom’s pan-African terrestrial network, enabling a reliable and affordable international connectivity service to landlocked and coastal countries in Eastern, Central and Southern Africa.

Liquid Telecom’s terrestrial fibre network is the largest single, connecting network that crosses many borders in Africa. It is complemented by an award-winning satellite service for rural and remote areas. Liquid Telecom have recently been named the Best African Wholesale Carrier for the fourth consecutive year at the Global Carrier Awards.

Pardon has been a technology enthusiast his entire life and has spent the better part of last decades in information technology and security, and he writes with an aim to remove some of the "mysticism" from the cyber world. He’s the Editor at Techunzipped. Away from the keyboard, you're likely to find him playing with the latest gadgets or the latest Game.

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