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Mawingu revamps branding as it eyes expansion across Kenya

28 Oct 2022

Kenyan ISP Mawingu has revamped its branding as it prepares to close a new investment round and expand its business to additional areas of the country. Since its establishment in Nanyuki in 2012, the firm has connected more than 7,000 homes and businesses, and over 300,000 hotspot users across 16 counties. Mawingu has now unveiled a new website and logo and says it is aiming to increase coverage to an additional 25 counties, Farouk Ramji, Mawingu’s Chief Executive was quoted by The Standard as saying. The company began as a TV White Space (TVWS) pilot project using unused TV band spectrum (freed up through the switch to digital broadcasting) and solar-powered base stations to deliver fixed broadband access, but has now shifted to connecting homes and enterprises through the 5GHz wireless microwave channel.

Kenya, Mawingu

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