Liquid Telecom Kenya will provide up to 300 co-workers with free, high-speed fibre Internet connectivity at the Nairobi Garage’s newly opened entrepreneurship centre along Ngong Road.
The move is part of the telco’s drive to support businesses across the country with both Internet and software services.
Liquid Telecom Kenya chief executive Adil Youssefi on Wednesday said the firm will offer Microsoft cloud services and applications that developers and IT professionals can use to build, deploy and manage applications across the continent.
“This means our Internet infrastructure across Africa will now enable companies and entrepreneurs to operate with international software based on easy access to cloud products and services that we are now delivering through our partnership with Microsoft,” said Mr Youssefi while unveiling the free connection at the launch of a joint Liquid Telecom and Microsoft event at the entrepreneurship centre.
The deal offers a cloud connectivity service level agreement that bundles together data and cloud services.