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Telkom shifts focus to SMEs

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The SME sector is widely recognised as a key contributor to South Africa’s economic growth and job creation agenda.

South African telecom operator Telkom has revealed that the delivery of accessible and value-adding ICT functionality, specifically tailored to expanding Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SME), is its key priority in 2015.

According to Telkom, the SME sector is widely recognised as a key contributor to South Africa’s economic growth and job creation agenda and Telkom is best placed to offer true convergence to these critical business players.


In a media statement Telkom stated the following: “The SME sector is widely recognised as a key contributor to South Africa’s economic growth and job creation agenda and Telkom is best placed to offer true convergence to these critical business players. Telkom’s ability to offer all the components of fixed, data, cloud, IT and mobile capabilities, also means the company is well placed to offer innovative solutions that best serve the SME sector.”

To serve its SME clients, Telkom stores are now equipped with dedicated business desks. According to Telkom these were created to specialise in analysing the ICT needs of small to medium business customers and ensuring suitable product choices across the spectrum of mobile and fixed voice and data offerings.

According to Thami Magazi, Telkom’s Managing Executive for the Small and Medium Business Services division: “Telkom recognises the vital role it can play in supporting the development of the SME sector. As an ICT player in the country, the products we develop will go a long way in enhancing efforts aimed at bringing the second economy into the first.”

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