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Broadlink

Tel: 
087 727 0000
Email: 
noc@broadlink.co.za
Website: 
http://www.broadlink.co.za/
Address: 
3012A William Nicol Drive, Bryanston, 2021
About: 

Broadlink is a South African telecoms provider that is boldly making inroads in the country’s burgeoning telecoms market. The company was started in 2007 as an entrepreneurial start up business, 5 years later the Broadlink name is synonymous with superior business connectivity solutions and high quality service. We are a relatively young but continually evolving company, offering a suite of telecoms solutions including microwave, fibre, satellite, voice and internet services.

Broadlink is a subsidiary of Wireless Business Solutions (WBS) who provides the licensed spectrum used to take our MetroNet product to market. Our widely successful MetroNet product is a wireless last mile solution that uses licensed microwave spectrum as well as optical fibre backhaul to provide a fixed-wireless access service that boasts high throughput and quality service with guaranteed performance and speeds.

Although initially the mainstay of the Broadlink business, we have since diversified our product offering in order to solidify our position as an enhanced alternative one-stop-shop for telecoms services. We now offer a wide range of reliable and efficient access and data solutions designed to improve a business’ connectivity and network infrastructure - allowing them to stay on top of technological innovation as well as optimise workforce productivity.

Our footprint has grown over the years enabling us, together with our partners, to develop wireless networks in seven of South Africa’s provinces and to install over 200 kilometres of optical fibre on our network. We are now providing services to over 1500 companies including prestigious blue chip and top 200 companies, either directly, or through our key channel partners consisting of well known telecoms players and ISPs.