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Johannesburg, South Africa, 13 July 2020. Vodacom Business Africa has extended its footprint by providing connectivity to partners and clients in 12 new countries in the Middle East region. Through its strategic business partnerships, Vodacom Business Africa provides extensive network coverage globally, without compromising the high service delivery standards it has come to be known and trusted with.
In spite of the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic, Vodacom Business Africa remains committed to supporting the internationalisation of multinational businesses into Africa and the Middle East. Now, more than ever, multinational businesses can rely on Vodacom Business Africa’s extensive network reach that spans Africa, the Middle East, Europe and USA for all their global connectivity needs, making Vodacom Business Africa the connectivity provider of choice in Africa for the Middle East.
The new countries added to its network include Afghanistan, Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE. Through this network expansion, Vodacom Business Africa has effectively increased its overall IPVPN coverage footprint to 63 countries globally.
“We are committed to bringing the very best network coverage to our important multinational clients, and this expansion allows us to do just that. We are eliminating the barriers of connectivity that are a source of concern to our valued clients and allowing businesses to future-proof as we face the new business normal,” says Guy Clarke, Managing Director Vodacom Business International.
“Our clients know that they can rely on us for exceptional service delivery standards, no matter where in the world they might be operating. We continue to leverage our strategic partner networks across the globe in a cost effective, seamless and secure manner to provide extensive network coverage, more so now that businesses are facing unprecedented disruptions and need a reliable partner to scale with them.” Clarke adds.