The connection of K-NET underscores Main One’s growing reputation as the broadband service provider of choice in Ghana.
According to Joseph Odoi, Country Manager, Main One Cable Ghana, “by connecting to the Main One Cable network, K-NET has bolstered its desire to be positioned as a leading provider of internet solutions and network management in Ghana and the West African sub-region”.
He said Main One’s pedigree as a provider of reliable and affordable broadband internet connectivity places K-NET in a great position to offer fast and efficient services to its customers.
Management of K-NET has commended Main One for the quality of its broadband services, saying the choice of Main One is a reflection of the company’s confidence in the company’s unmatched service quality.
Since the Main One Cable network went live in July 2010, the company has continued to break ground with its open access, wholesale broadband connectivity.
The company currently has a growing list of major telecom service providers in Ghana which include Tigo, BusyInternet, MTN and Airtel.
Main One Cable is the first submarine cable company offering open access, wholesale broadband capacity in West Africa.
This objective is being realised through a submarine cable system which commenced operations in July 2010 linking West Africa to the rest of the world via Portugal and the United Kingdom.
K-NET Is a triple-play (Data, Voice, Video) network solution provider in Ghana, which is at the forefront of global voice estate management.
It is a pioneer provider of IP networks for multinational companies and is perfectly placed to help migrate and manage voice capabilities. The company is the one stop shop for all managed network and internet solutions using different products according to the needs, peculiarities, preference and location of clients.