Shahab Meshki, CEO of Liquid Telecom Kenya explains the completed integration of Kenya Data Networks (KDN) and its re-launch as Liquid Telecom Kenya. Looking on is Sam Nkusi, Group Executive East Africa, Liquid Telecom and Martin Mushambadope, Head of Commercial, Liquid Telecom Zimbabwe.
Shahab Meshki, CEO of Liquid Telecom Kenya explains the completed integration of Kenya Data Networks (KDN) and its re-launch as Liquid Telecom Kenya. 

NAIROBI, Kenya – Liquid Telecom Group, a leading independent data, voice and IP provider in eastern, central and southern Africa, today announced the completed integration of Kenya Data Networks (KDN) and its re-launch as Liquid Telecom Kenya. Liquid Telecom Kenya unveiled the new brand identity and supporting ad campaign that will run across Kenya and other African countries, highlighting the group’s core values and customer-centric approach.

Liquid Telecom Kenya will deliver the full range of services and products from the Liquid Telecom portfolio for the enterprise and wholesale markets. Now connected to the largest single fibre network in Africa, which stretches over 15,000KMs across borders, Liquid Telecom Kenya can provide their customers with increased capacity, the highest redundancy and network response time and the lowest latency rates on the continent. They will also continue to focus on their commitment to Vision 2030 and building Kenya and Africa’s digital future.

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