The Sunday Mail
Small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) and students in high density areas and smaller towns are set to benefit from Liquid Home’s digitalisation drive.
This comes at a time the company is rolling out connectivity initiatives in these areas to bridge the digital divide.
The digitalisation drive has been adopted world-over, largely accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Liquid has created various packages to meet the specific needs of home users, students, remote workers and SMEs.
“The last two years have been evidence that work is not a place, but rather what you do, and industry reports have highlighted that productivity has improved in the last two years, said Liquid Intelligent Technologies regional chief commercial officer for Central Africa, Mr Hemilton Manika.
He said: “With our WibroniX packages, we want to ensure that our customers can work and play effectively even from the comfort of their homes.
“Access to high-speed connectivity is the lifeblood of any economy, and we want to ensure that Liquid Home is playing its part in ensuring that Zimbabweans are not left behind.”
Liquid Home, a part of Liquid Intelligent Technologies – is a pan African technology group.
Meanwhile, the firm will this month roll out awareness campaigns across the country to promote WibroniX, its LTE connectivity targeting SMEs, individuals working remotely and students.
The roadshows are set for Harare, Bulawayo, Gweru, Mazoe and Mvurwi.
According to Mr Manika, the roadshows have been designed to create awareness for the packages intended for citizens in high-density suburbs and small towns.