Yahsat, truIT Uganda launch satellite broadband service

by Staff Reporter | February 1st, 2013

UAE-based satellite operator Yahsat has partnered with truIT Uganda to start operating its Yahclick satellite broadband service in the country, ITWeb reported.

TruIT is an IT company that started out as a web design and hosting firm and which has evolved into an IT integration service provider. In December 2012 the Uganda Communications Commission licensed truIT as a public service provider offering voice and data services. The company offers internet services, VoIP, data video conferencing and social media support, among other things.

The YahClick service is reportedly set to open new business opportunities and connectivity to a wide range of vertical markets including home consumers, the banking sector, oil and gas, manufacturing and construction, healthcare, media, NGOs,government and educational organisations by providing reliable, high bandwidth connectivity to urban, rural and even remote communities. The Chief Technical officer of truIT, Moses Mubiru, said that the coming of truIT is aimed at addressing the broadband shortages that exist within different sectors of the economy by providing better products and reliable internet service.

Mubiru said that they have assembled a flexible system and will bundle hardware and service packages tailor-made for specific markets and user segments, from basic internet access for a home user to high speed service plans for corporate users.

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