Liquid Telecom announced that MTN will use the 4G roaming service of the company to provide greater access to the Internet throughout South Africa.
"Liquid Telecom South Africa assured its first MTN customer to offer 4G roaming to millions of South Africans. This includes LTE services to fuel the growing demand for high speed mobile broadband. The wholesale roaming service will be available throughout the Liquid Telecom network at national level, "said Liquid Telecom.
Reshaad Sha, CEO of Liquid Telecom SA, said "more people who will never have access to fast and reliable mobile Internet" as a result of the deal.
"This is based on our vision of giving everyone the right to be connected by bringing high-speed broadband connectivity to everyone," said Sha.
The executive head of MTN South Africa, Godfrey Motsa, said: "This type of infrastructure sharing is good for the industry, since it reduces the need for excessively high capital investment and is also good for customers, who immediately benefit from a Access even faster and reliable mobile data. "
Liquid Telecom said it invested heavily in all of Africa, where it has the largest independent fiber network of almost 70 thousand km long.
It is linked to more than 660 cities and cities in 13 countries.