SA Hits the Big Screen Part 2

BitCo Telecoms expands their national Fibre footprint

BitCo Telecoms expands their national Fibre footprint and attacks high connectivity costs by reducing pricing on their Carrier-grade Network.

Tuesday, 30 June 2020

BitCo Telecoms, established in 2006 and operating under IECNS and IECS licenses since 2011, have been aggressively growing their national business Fibre footprint and investing in major network and capacity upgrades over the past several years. These upgrades will guarantee increased redundancy, better quality of service and ultimately reduce premium business Fibre pricing.

BitCo has also recently strengthened their partnership with Dark Fibre Africa (DFA) and committed to a bulk agreement that has allowed them to enhance their current Fibre offering, unprecedented value and expanding coverage across the country.

Michael Colin, BitCo Chief Sales Officer, said “Our goal is to enhance our service and product offering to add more value to our customers and service them better. Our new product offering as one example includes a new broadband service for connected buildings that starts from as little as R1,999.00 per month. We have also introduced 12-month agreements to add to our existing 24-month and 36-month contract options.”

All of BitCo’s packages include an option of a Service Level Agreement that includes 24/7 round-the-clock support for only R300 per month with options to add a managed router, voice channels and additional virtual PBX services.

Further to BitCo’s Fibre expansion and upgrades they recently completed an impressive upgrade to a large proportion of their Wireless network. These upgrades to the Network have allowed BitCo to cut pricing substantially with business Wireless links starting from as little as R999 per month. Should Wireless connectivity not be feasible, BitCo has also launched LTE as a fail over option for the business or work from home solution that offers 30GB to 100GB of data couple with a voice service.

Colin adds, “Being a National Fibre and Wireless player we have enhanced the product offering in line with market requirements and we believe this will allow a further penetration of high-speed internet access to customers. “

For the Wholesale and Internet Access (IP Transit) market BitCo plans to launch further product enhancements soon. BitCo’s Carrier-Grade Fibre, Wireless and Voice Network is an excellent revenue generator for ISPs and WISP’s that are looking to deploy last mile enterprise connectivity and deliver high-capacity broadband access.

For more information about BitCo’s connectivity and voice solutions visit or e-mail

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