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In The News – November

Why Uncapped is short-term

Why does this happen? Why? It is like UNCAPPED is a sort of broadband drug for Telco’s. It is irresistible, with lots of short-term happiness, with an inevitable end linked to dire consequences. UNCAPPED is also a model where just the Provider wins; even at the early stages where customers are delighted with the service, the end result win is tipped in favour of the Service provider.

To balance this model, we need to adjust 2 metrics 1) subscriber package and/ or 2) network capacity. To adjust any of the subscriber package values (data rate, or price or GB bundles) will create market kick-back and lose the advantages the Provider initially promised to the market. Click here to read more.

For Uncapped services: Profitability only starts when the subscriber data rate and GB bundle is 50% of the advertised value.

Twoobii Installation Training

The Twoobii installation course was developed to assist our field engineers and service partners with the installation and set-up of a Twoobii user terminal and Wi-Fi Router (if included in the sale). The training is a practical hands-on session and is offered either as an e-training session via Zoom or Microsoft Teams or in-class training on-site at our Q-KON Africa offices in Centurion, South Africa. Click here to read more.

Twoobii for NamibRand Nature Reserve – Namibia

The NamibRand Nature Reserve is a private nature reserve in Southwestern Namibia in the Namib Desert. Founded in 1984 by J.A. Brückner, it has more than 215,000 hectares and shares a 100 km border with Namib-Naukluft National Park to the west and the Nubib mountains to the east. Being remote and an “off-grid” site made it perfect for a Twoobii satellite solution to be installed for communication and internet access. Click here to read more.

Did You Know?

‘Geocentric orbit’ is the term for an orbit around Earth. ‘Heliocentric orbit’ is a term for an orbit of the Sun. ‘Areocentric orbit’ is the term for an orbit of Mars.

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