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Coollink, Konnect Africa introduce affordable packages

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To bridge connectivity gap in Nigeria, Coollink and Konnect Africa recently introduced new ASTA packages and equipment prices of satellite internet to offer professional and residential customers more pocket friendly deals. With packages starting from N5,500 and equipment from N36,000, the broadband offers customers high speed browsing of up to 20mbps, while also enjoying free internet browsing from 12am to 6am daily.

According to Chief Executive Officer of Coollink, Shahin Nouri, Coollink is the first and only satellite broadband provider to offer data rollover.He said, “This data rollover will still be available for ASTA customers on the new package prices.”

The two brands, which have partnered for about two years, have worked tirelessly to overcome challenges to make available ASTA service across the country.

According to Nouri, “In 2017, we successfully transformed satellite broadband services in Nigeria. We simplified purchasing, installation and data plan subscription processes. With our online shop, asta.ng, customers can order high-speed internet connections from anywhere in Nigeria and be connected within two to five days.

“Today, we are improving further on the pricing; we have subsidised the price of equipment from N99,000 to N36,000, and we have also introduced a 5GB plan at N5,500.”

The CEO said the firm prides itself on its high-speed offering that has never been experienced in Nigeria and its regular maintenance of equipment to ensure quality sustainability.

Also, Chief Executive Officer of Konnect Africa, Jean-Claude Tshipama, noted, “Nowhere is the digital divide felt more than Africa.”He said every business and individual on the rapidly developing continent was keen to reaching their potential, hence ASTA would come handy.


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