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Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe’s Used International Bandwidth Increases by 76% During 2018

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Zimbabwe’s used incoming international Internet bandwidth reached 84.683 Gbps by the end of December 2018, according to latest statistics released by the Postal and Telecommunications Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ). This was a 76% increase compared to 48.017 Gbps in December 2017. This total of 84.683 Gbps in December 2018 was split between Liquid Telecom with a market share of 61.1% (51.74 Gbps), TelOne with 32.2% (27.27 Gbps), Powertel with 4.0% (3.39 Gbps), and Dandemutande with 2.7% (2.29 Gbps). In its Q4 2018 sector performance report, POTRAZ reports that the equipped international bandwidth reached 113.405 Gbps in December 2018, an 11% increase compared to 102.080 Gbps in December 2017 (see also Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe’s Used International Bandwidth Increases by 46% During 2017). POTRAZ also reports that the number of active fibre links reached 39,377 in December 2018, compared to 31,455 in December 2017, compared to 19,698 in December 2016, 13,849 in December 2015, and 2,758 in December 2014.

Source: POTRAZ

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