Months after it announced its commercial readiness of Yahsat’s third satellite, Al Yah 3, Satellite broadband service provider, Yahclick says it has partnered Internet service provider Zeta-Web to expand reliable Internet access across the country.
In a statement in Lagos, the company said the new partnership demonstrates Yahsat’s continuous investment in Nigeria to deepen the country’s broadband penetration and bring more areas and communities with reliable and high-performance connectivity.
It says the technology will be tilizing the Ka-band frequency powered by High Throughput Satellite (HTS) spot beam technology that delivers higher capacity to smaller dishes, Yahsat – together with Zeta-Web will deliver high quality services to a wider market. Specifically, this includes key vertical markets of education, oil and gas, banking, agriculture, SMEs, and SOHO. The partnership will also address the specific connectivity needs of users through a wide range of dependable value-added services.
“Through our new partnership with Zeta-Web, YahClick will further expand its service offering in Nigeria and strengthen its position within Africa’s growing telecommunication sector, but most importantly help the nation build its infrastructure. This is why we launched YahClick in the country during 2012 – to bring the many advantages of fast and reliable satellite broadband to more companies and communities,” says Farhad Khan, Chief Commercial Officer at Yahsat.
Over the last decade, Zeta-Web has established itself as West Africa’s leading provider of high-end ICT solutions and continues to play an integral role in the socio-economic growth of Nigeria. Through their partnership with Yahsat, Zeta-Web can continue to strengthen Nigeria’s Internet infrastructure.
Zeta-Web Managing Director Chris Obasi added: “Together with Yahsat, we’ve expanded our reach throughout Nigeria by deploying affordable and dependable broadband services that can bring about significant and lasting positive change. Connectivity enables communities to become more informed and collaborative, which are the building blocks for the future. We’re thrilled to play a part in providing this.”