East Africa is trying hard to break the monopoly market to access the fibre connection economically.
It is hoped positively that proposed East African Submarine Cable System (EASSy) cable will be installaling, as it is to connect countries on the eastern side of the continent. The installation is expected to offer maximum 'use capacity' and thereby and lowers the price. On March 10, a consultation will be held with more than 80 key stakeholders from all over Eastern and Southern Africa to ensure that access to EASSy -which will serve eight coastal and eleven land-locked countries- is 'easy', affordable and open.
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