Openserve, South Africa’s Largest Teleco to improve Broadband access.
As a result of the pandemic, there has been a demand for cheaper broadband access. Because of the lockdown, users have enough time to access the internet hence the demand for low priced broadband connectivity.
Openserve made known its intentions to put its copper broadband network connection products across. The goal is to help their customers access the broadband service straight from their Internet Service Providers (ISPs), and Telkom will require no copper line.
Commenting on the development, the CEO of Openserve, Althon Beukes made it known that, with the initiative put in place, it will see the progress of their channel, process, pricing, among others across and this will create a kind of ease for their customers in terms of usage.
They also hope this will give some support to the economy as well as enhancing online businesses. “This will certainly cater to the increased connectivity and consumption needs by providing an affordable and reliable service to our customers. This should also further support and stimulate online business and the economy at large” says Beukes.
According to the company (Openserve), further explanations will be given to their customers as well as those who partner with them. They are optimistic with this initiative, all broadband accessibility and challenges in terms of data will be handled and consumers will enjoy their services