In addition to our Mauritius-based holding company, the Liquid Telecom Group has operating companies across the continent in Botswana, the DRC, Kenya, Lesotho, Rwanda, South Africa, Uganda and Zambia, Zimbabwe and the UK.
Liquid Telecom DRC and ADN
A Liquid Telecom Group-owned ISP delivering broadband, leased lines, private networks, ATM connectivity, e-mail and hosting to homes, businesses and corporations of all sizes in the DRC.
Liquid Telecom Mauritius
Established in 2004, Liquid Telecom Mauritius is the holding company for the Liquid Telecom Group, with wholesale, enterprise and retail operations in 15 locations across Africa and beyond. Over the last three years, LTM has invested heavily in developing and building Liquid's terrestrial fibre-optic backbone throughout eastern, central and southern Africa.
Liquid Telecom SA
Johannesburg-based Liquid Telecom South Africa is a centre of expertise for our network operations and project management, critical to dealing with the many mobile network operators and multi-national corporations based in South Africa.
Liquid Telecom Zambia
A joint venture between Liquid Telecom and Copperbelt Energy Corporation Plc (CEC), a Zambian power company. Responsible for building a fibre network across Zambia, they offer wholesale capacity as well as working as an operator with customers from all sectors. And with end-to-end ownership of the first fully redundant network in the country, they can offer unusually high quality service level agreements.
Transaction Payment Solutions (TPS)
Acquired by Liquid Telecom Group in 2007, TPS has been providing transaction automation systems for the financial services and retail sectors since 1992. From automating transactions at point of service to authenticating, delivering, authorising and processing them through the entire payment cycle.
Liquid Telecom Kenya
A full-service data communications carrier with a mission to build world-class infrastructure in Kenya, that’s invested millions of dollars to make it a reality. They have helped form the largest and most advanced fibre network across east Africa and offer a comprehensive suite of services to help meet customers’ growing demands for advanced communications solutions.
Liquid Telecom Rwanda
Rwanda’s leading telecoms and ASP service provider offering IP-based solutions and related value-added services. They own an extensive telecommunications infrastructure and deliver technology-neutral service licensing rights, including gateways in Rwanda.
Liquid Telecom Uganda
Liquid Telecom Uganda trading as Infocom, a Limited Liability company registered in Uganda and licensed by the Uganda Communications Commission. With over 15 years of experience in providing Internet services in Uganda Infocom offers integrated communication solutions with a wide range of products and services. Their packages are tailored for individuals, SME’s and multinational corporations.
Liquid Telecom Zimbabwe
The largest data, voice and IP provider in Zimbabwe, supplying wholesale fibre optic, satellite and international carrier services to telecommunications operators in Zimbabwe. Liquid Telecom was the first in Zimbabwe to introduce Fibre To The Home (FTTH), connecting households across the country onto our high-speed fibre network.
East Africa Data Centre
A global, award-winning, carrier-neutral facility for national and international customers. It’s the first custom-built data centre in the region and the largest on the continent outside of South Africa. It offers world-class TIA-942 standards and is the only Tier 3 data centre in central and eastern Africa, offering 99.982% guaranteed availability to local and international customers – although it’s been running at 100% since the commercial launch in 2012. www.eastafricadatacentre.com
In addition to our Mauritius-based holding company, the Liquid Telecom Group has eight operating companies across the continent in Botswana, the DRC, Kenya, Lesotho, Rwanda, South Africa, Uganda and Zambia, Zimbabwe and the UK. We’ve invested heavily in developing and building our own terrestrial fibre optic backbone and expanding our satellite operation. And as we look to improve connectivity in both existing and future networks, further investment is planned to extend our reach to more African cities, including West Africa. www.zol.co.zw