Thursday, July 25, 2024

Starlink Launches Business Services in Zambia, Partnering with Paratus Group

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Access to cutting-edge technology and information has taken a significant leap forward in Zambia as Starlink, a global leader in satellite internet services, has officially launched its business services in the country. This milestone follows a reseller agreement between Starlink and Paratus Group, a pan-African telecommunications, data center, and network services provider.

Paratus Zambia, a subsidiary of Paratus Group, is playing a pivotal role in bringing Starlink’s high-speed broadband internet services to businesses in Zambia. Marius van Vuuren, Country Manager of Paratus Zambia, expressed his excitement about this initiative, acknowledging the collaborative efforts of the Zambian government, regulatory authorities, and Starlink in making this cutting-edge technology accessible to the Zambian market.

Mr. van Vuuren stated, “We recognize and applaud the hard work done by our government, regulator, and other authorities, in conjunction with Starlink, in ensuring this leading-edge technology is available to the Zambian market. As Paratus, we pride ourselves on being technology and telecommunication leaders, and being directly involved with Starlink aligns with this.”

Mr. van Vuuren emphasized their readiness to deliver Starlink services efficiently, stating, “We have our own stock on-site here in Lusaka, and this means we will be able to deliver and provide an installation service and technical support expeditiously.”

Starlink, renowned for its high-speed, scalable satellite internet services, is designed to provide reliable connectivity to businesses regardless of their location. It offers primary business connectivity, backup solutions, interim setups, and emergency services. With an impressive network uptime exceeding 99%, Starlink ensures uninterrupted operations for its customers.

Paratus Zambia’s partnership with Starlink not only brings fixed and mobility services to business customers but also guarantees 24/7 technical support. This collaboration is expected to benefit various industries, including energy, mining, hospitality, education, healthcare, agriculture, manufacturing, and more, by providing them with dependable connectivity, even in remote areas.

11 COMMENTS

  1. I was wise to buy shares in this rapidly expanding business. We pray hh does not get jealous of our wealth and go after this thriving business. Hh is a very jealous failure

    • Sir, do not deceive people. You do not own shares in Paratus Group, the list of members was availed at its AGM and your name is not on the repository from JSE. The limits of your intellectual capacity to invest is limited to real estate, bars and whiskey. Stop sniffing butt-sauce. By the way, the men you had four-ways with from Chicagos have been found with herpes.

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    • Gatsby your jealousy will lead you to your grave early. You think politically persecuted and exposed persons like me invest using my personal credentials? Hahahaha very dull gatsby. We use proxy companies to prevent persecutions from jealous cows like you and hh

    • He cant put mealie meal on his table as he is always complaining about the price
      he suffers from hallucinations obviously

    • Continue hallucinating. I am in Mandevu right now having a few beers with our supporters and team here on the ground in mandevu. 2026 is coming

    • @Kaizar, you do not understand that listing rules do not allow for such secrecy. That is the issue when you have limited education. Do not make a mistake, I cannot be jealous of you, I have much more money that you do and had it for longer. By the way, have you managed to complete the plastic surgery?

    • Dora used to cheat Zambia with these kind of companies.
      I was shocked to learn that you people buy something called “bundles” for internet. Wifi is supposed to be free by now.

    • Nostra I was shocked to learn that black people are still being lynched by the police there in the so called free world. How civilised is that?

  2. @Kaizar, you do not understand that listing rules do not allow for such secrecy. That is the issue when you have limited education. Do not make a mistake, I cannot be jealous of you, I have much more money that you do and had it for longer. By the way, have you managed to complete the plastic surgery?

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