Telkom Kenya to create digital and financial services businesses

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Telkom Kenya has announced it is creating two 100% wholly-owned subsidiaries to house its digital and financial services businesses in order to enhance service delivery and keep up with evolving trends in the telecoms industry.

The set up of digital and financial services businesses is part of Telkom Kenya’s restructuring plans to strategically address the digital transformation of its services in order to create value and simplify the customer journey.

Telkom Kenya aims to become the technology partner of choice by better positioning its infrastructure asset base and services, creating a smart landing hub for submarine cables that would become a gateway to the East Africa region and the expansion of its 4G/LTE network.

As the reorganisation necessitated by high demand for infrastructure and data services takes effect, the company says its consumer service delivery unit will remain within Telkom.

Telkom Kenya, founded in 1999 is an integrated telecommunications solutions to individuals, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs), Government and large corporations in Kenya. Powered by its vast fibre optic infrastructure, it is also a major provider of wholesale, carrier-to-carrier traffic within the country and the East Africa region.



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