Angolan Internet Service Provider Net One has launched YahClick in an effort to boost Internet services and penetratio.
It comes as the Angola government hopes to establish its Internet services as a top priority in order to create mobility online and increase the number of users across the country, especially in rural areas.
Executive director Jaime Ferreira said the intention of the new service is “to deliver an Internet service through satellite at a low price, providing an easy access to all Angolans.
“Two special modems are available, the HN9260 for home use and the HN9460 for business use,” he said.
Angola’s Internet penetration continues to lag behind other East African countries and the new service, Ferreira believes, will enable more users to be online more often. It also aims to reduce the overall price of DSL connections in the country.
With a new cable linking to East Africa, Net One believes the time is ripe to escalate network penetration and functionality. The YahClick services will enable existing customers to continue to have access to the top Internet services in the country, they said.