Airports Company of Zimbabwe has entered into a partnership with Dandemutande to provide Wi-Fi at the country’s major airports.
Wi-Fi is already functional at Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport, according to the Airports Company of Zimbabwe. Read a Twitter post announcing the development:
@Airports_Zim and @DandemutandeZW have entered into a partnership to provide Wi-Fi at the major airports Victoria Falls, J M Nkomo and R G Mugabe airport. Uspot gives free 100 megabytes then you pay for additional data. Brick upon brick we will get there
Zimbabwe Tourism Authority, Harare Metropolitan Province, The Herald Zimbabwe, ZBC Official, NewZiana News Agency and NewsDay Zimbabwe.
It is already functional at the R G Mugabe International Airport with a remarkable speed.
Dandemutande is one of the leading Broadband Internet Service Providers in Zimbabwe. It offers internet connectivity through fibre, wireless and data centre services.
The company has 4 major internet services brands in the market: Utande, iWayAfrica, Africa Online and YoAfrica. Dandemutande holds an IAP Class A license issued to it by the Zimbabwean telecoms sector regulator POTRAZ.
Dandemutande Investments (Private) Limited was established in 1997 with its origins as a Microsoft Certified Solution Provider growing to service the corporate Internet and wholesale Internet market in Zimbabwe through its Utande brand as a Microsoft preferred ISP.
Meanwhile, Airports Company of Zimbabwe (Private) Limited (ACZ) was formed through the Civil Aviation Amendment Act, 2018 (No.10 of 2018) to manage and operate the country’s regional and international airports.
The government’s unbundling of the Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (CAAZ) into two entitiesin 2020 to avoid a conflict of interest led to the birth of the ACZ.