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Let us help you target your market with our microwave solution in areas where the fibre footprint is just out of reach

Our licensed-microwave access option for our Magellan services provides a reliable, SLA-based, premium connectivity solution, just like our fixed-line fibre, with upload and download bandwidths of up to 100Mbit/s.

Our microwave high sites are connected directly to our high-quality, robust fibre back-haul network with its industry-leading uptime.

Benefits of our microwave solution

Low to no interference

Our dedicated, SLA-based microwave service on licensed spectrum gives your customers a premium experience with the least interference – something that unlicensed spectrum can’t match. Your customer will have reliable, robust connectivity that will help them get down to business fast.

Speeds up to 100Mbit/s

With our low contention ratios, your customers will no longer have to compete with each other for bandwidth. They will get dedicated, guaranteed, symmetric capacity that won’t let them down.

Quick to deploy

In areas with active microwave sectors, we can deploy new services in as few as 14 days. Areas where there are back-haul links but no active sectors yet, we can prioritize to get your customers up and running within a month or less.

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