Paratus signs reseller agreement with Starlink for Africa

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Source: Paratus Group

The Paratus group (Paratus) has announcement that it has entered into an agreement as a distributor of Starlink broadband services across Africa. This agreement allows Paratus to offer Starlink services to its customers in various African countries, provided that Starlink receives operating licenses in these regions. Initially, and effective immediately, Starlink will be available from Paratus in Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria and Rwanda before being rolled out to more countries.

Starlink recognizes Paratus Group as a key African distributor. To this end, Paratus can immediately offer its customers fixed, mobility and maritime services. Paratus will be able to provide its customers with enterprise support 24/7/365.

Starlink is a high-speed Internet service that offers a simple and easily scalable hardware platform, making it accessible worldwide without relying on local infrastructure. This service has already reached tens of thousands of commercial sites. Likewise, it caters to various customer needs such as enterprise core connectivity, 4G and VSAT replacement, backup options, interim setups, and emergency services.

Starlink boasts an impressive uptime record of over 99.5% for all its customers, with even better performance for installations without obstructions. This availability figure is calculated without taking into account adverse weather conditions or cable outages. Thus, Paratus is ready to immediately provide its customers with fixed, mobile and maritime services, offering business support 24/7 and 365 days a year.

Martin Cox, Paratus Group Chief Commercial Officer, said: “This agreement aligns perfectly with our vision to transform Africa through exceptional digital infrastructure and customer service. As a result, we can offer industrial sectors – such as onshore and offshore energy, mining, hospitality, education, healthcare, agriculture and more – the reliable and consistent connectivity that they need to thrive, regardless of their remoteness.

Cox adds: “The Starlink agreement further strengthens our LEO services across Africa and affirms our considerable capacity and reach on the continent. This reinforces our goal to collaborate with entities that share our vision of transforming African businesses and communities.

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