Paratus, Starlink see success in Mozambique

5th June 2024

By: Natasha Odendaal

Creamer Media Senior Deputy Editor


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The integration of Starlink’s service offering in Mozambique has been highly successful, particularly for businesses in need of dependable Internet connectivity in remote areas, Paratus Mozambique said in a statement on Wednesday.

Paratus Mozambique embraced the addition of Starlink to its suite of solutions, and has received an unprecedented response from customers wanting reliable connectivity, following the appointment last year of Paratus Group as an authorised reseller of Starlink business services in numerous African countries.

“Starlink is proving to be a game changer for customers where other Internet solutions are either unattainable or cost prohibitive. It offers an affordable and user-friendly option that delivers high-speed Internet connectivity to any location,” said Paratus Mozambique country manager Rui Costa.

“The response to our Starlink offering has been very positive and it has become evident to us that, in addition to providing local support, network integration is a key advantage of subscribing to the Paratus Mozambique Starlink service.”

Equipped with skilled and trained engineers, backed by the necessary support structures, Paratus provides a seamless Starlink experience.

The group is delivering a fully holistic approach to connectivity, with an end-to-end network solution that is both comprehensive and efficient, along with continuous technical support with a ready supply of equipment in Maputo, which ensures that businesses receive a fully integrated network solution.

In some cases, Starlink has been used as a backup service alongside Paratus Mozambique’s direct Internet solutions, said Costa.

Paratus is providing integrated services to the financial sector, including large banks, as well as to industries and small businesses that need connectivity in remote and rural areas.

“Various industries, including financial institutions and banks, logistics, manufacturing, hospitality, mining and education, have realised the benefit of using the Starlink business service. Many larger businesses have now also integrated Starlink as a backup solution and are now enjoying improved resilience.

“We are grateful to the Mozambiquan government for approving the use of Starlink because it is very much needed in the country – and this all aligns with our goal of making reliable connectivity accessible to every person in Mozambique,” Costa concluded.

Edited by Creamer Media Reporter



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