Orange Unveils Its 42Mbps Data Network in Kenya
As part of its aggressive campaign to capture a larger data market share, Orange has opened up its 42 Mbps network in Nairobi, Kenya which will see internet users experience faster speeds on their e-mails, social media platforms and general browsing. The network can automatically connect to 21 Mbps speeds while in a 3G coverage area or switch to EDGE if a user totally moves to a non 3G area, according to Telkom Kenya CEO, Mickael Ghossein. The Orange 42 Mbps modem will retail at Sh9,999 (about N20,000).
[Source: CIO East Africa]