Its not just a change in name.
Yesterday at the launch of Liquid Telecom’s promotion targeting enterprise customers, one of the issues we brought to the attention of Liquid Telecom Regional CEO Mr Wellington Makamure was the fact that soe Wibroniks customers have been complaining about the quality of service over the past fortnight. The CEO explained that the reason why this […]
Earlier today Liquid Telecom announced that from the 23rd of March they will be discounting broadband prices for their enterprise customers by 20%-50%. Regional CEO for Liquid Telecom in Southern Africa, Mr Wellington Makamure made the announcement explaining that the 6-month promotion will be provided to loyal customers who will get 20-50% additional bandwidth at […]
If you follow telecommunications in Africa then you may have heard of Liquid Telecom. It’s kind of a big deal in Africa. In fact, it’s one of the biggest Internet Access Providers on the continent. They provide access in more than 12 countries in East, South and Central Africa. The company recently announced that Wellington […]
Liquid Telecom management has assured its staff that contrary to reports in the media, it will not be reducing the salaries of its staff as is happening at its sister company Econet Wireless Zimbabwe. Liquid Telecom has emphasized its independence in operation, citing reasons such as prudent spending and cost management as reasons for surviving this fate.
Liquid Telecom recently hosted an event in Harare to launch its VoIP service for Enterprise clients. We covered the event and touched on the impact of Liquid’s entry into VoIP, but here are the pictures from the event.
Liquid Telecom just positioned itself as a more visible player in VoIP services for Enterprises users. Is this just a strategic repositioning with the Liquid group, or a firmer challenge to TelOne?
We embed below, a presentation by the MD of Liquid Zimbabwe, Wellington Makamure, which he made at the Broadband Forum 2014 conference in Harare. Liquid Zimbabwe has the longest fibre cable in the country connecting Zimbabwe to 5 of the undersea fibre cable systems on the African shores: EASSy, SEACOM, TEAMS, SAT3, WACS. Quick NetOne, Econet, […]
We are excited to announce the second edition of the Broadband Forum scheduled for the 6th of June 2014 at Cresta Lodge Harare riding on the theme “Rolling the D.I.C.E. for a connected Future.” The event is focused on creating a platform where the various stakeholders from different facets of broadband technology can identify its […]
Today we attended an operations update and what was also a “Who are we” update by Liquid Telecom in Zimbabwe. At the event, the Zimbabwe managing director, Wellington Makamure addressed the press, customers and business partners on the strides Liquid has made in Zimbabwe in recent months especially to do with its now 2,700 km fibre network.