Intelvision enlists the help of Vodafone and 2Africa to compete with Airtel
The Seychelles-based company has decided to install its own submarine cable to link the island to East Africa, and notably to the landmark “2Africa” project.
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▪ Intelvision enlists the help of Vodafone and 2Africa to compete with Airtel
▪ The Seychelles-based company has decided to install its own submarine cable to link the island to East Africa, and notably to the landmark “2Africa” project.
A reduction in internet access fees and a greater market share on the archipelago are listed as key priorities. Mukesh Valabhji, the founder and Managing Director of Intelvision Limited, explains to Jeune Afrique Business+ that he wants to crack the dominance enjoyed by the consortium led by Airtel, Cable and Wireless Seychelles (CWS) and the Seychelles government, which to date manages the only cable linking the island to the African continent. “Internet fees are too high,” says the leader of the company, which focuses on the three complementary areas of cable television, internet and web-based VoIP telephony.
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