BitCo Telecoms has announced new Fibre packages that aim to deliver connectivity with speeds of up to 10Gbps. BitCo has also reduced typical business Fibre prices, with some reductions amounting to almost 50 per cent with the current promotion.
The promotion titled “The Fibre Revolution,” is said to provide BitCo uncapped corporate Fibre options available on a 36-month term at a reduced rate. BitCo aims to target businesses who will be able to take advantage of these Fibre packages. These businesses, according to BitCo, will be able to increase productivity, save over the medium term, utilize fast internet speeds and decrease monthly operational overheads.
BitCo’s “Fibre Revolution” Promotion includes:
- 100Mbps Fibre: $486 per month (Installation: $388)
- Includes 10 Standard Virtual PBX extensions
- 500Mbps Fibre: $916 per month (Installation: $176)
- Includes 20 Standard Virtual PBX extensions
- 1Gbps Fibre: $1,057 per month (Installation: Free)
- Includes 30 Standard Virtual PBX Extensions
- 5Gbps Fibre: $2,115 per month (Installation: Free)
- Includes 40 Standard Virtual PBX Extensions
- 10Gbps Promo: $2,820 per month (Installation: Free)
- Includes 50 Standard Virtual PBX Extensions
All BitCo’s Fibre packages are uncapped with uncontended, synchronous (1:1) internet access. The Fibre packages also come with an option of 24/7 round-the-clock support for 365 days per year with an additional price of $18 per month. There are also options to include a managed router, additional PBX services and voice channels. Installation and configuration fees will be charged once-off and customers can receive a temporary point-to-point wireless connection.
“We are excited to be one of the first to be able to offer a 5Gbps and 10Gbps service on our 120Gbps core Network. We are in an era where connectivity and Fibre Internet solutions are evolving and is the driving force behind business efficiency in our digital age. We are proud to be [at] the forefront of this Fibre revolution,” said Michael Colin, BitCo’s Chief Sales Officer.
Edited by Kojo Essah
Follow Kojo Essah on Twitter
Follow IT News Africa on Twitter