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ZOL Unpack Wibroniks


ZOL Unpack Wibroniks

ZOL Zimbabwe last night introduced Wibroniks, a revolutionary product in Zimbabwe will see internet access from becoming a luxury need into an accessible basic human need.

Wibronks allows ultra-high speed home Internet–without cables–but rather by signals received wirelessly, which can be beneficial to those in areas which are not serviced by ZOL.

By utilizing 4G to wirelessly extend high speed Internet to homes, it allows ZOL to reach customers quicker, versus traditional Fibre network expansion, which can be costly.

“ZOL will deliver on the promise of the digital world whatever the frontier is and to show that we want to reach everywhere, against what people say that we are only into low-density suburbs, we have customers on fibre in Warren Park.

“Tonight, we unveil Wibroniks (WTTH), which will enable many homes and businesses to be connected and government should work together with us to make internet accessible and affordable to every home in Zimbabwe,” said ZOL Zimbabwe CEO Denny Marandure.

Wibroniks service will have a gadget for indoor or outdoor. It is more or less of their already existing WiMAX units, but this time it’s powered by LTE.

The solution can be deployed on school, college or university campuses, homes, connecting buildings, and can be used in factories, airports, warehouses and stadiums to name a few.

One of the things we loved about Wibroniks was the with 5mbps access from as little as $10, ZOL may have finally found the missing piece to be the defector service provider in Zimbabwe.

Tawanda started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.

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