CSquared currently owns and operates 890 km of metropolitan fiber in Kampala and Entebbe in Uganda;  more than 1070 km of fiber in 4 cities in Ghana: Accra, Tema, Kumasi, Kasoa; and more than 180 km in Monrovia, Liberia.

CSquared’s Open Access Network

Reduce TCO for backhaul & access connections.

Shared infrastructure reduces capex & opex for transmission costs; further improvements to other financial metrics.

Flexible payment models.

Flexible payment options (monthly lease in long-term contracts, IRU); enable service provider to choose option that is best aligned with their plans and needs.

Reduce operational burden.

Remove burden of infrastructure management from service provider; provide as much support as possible, so that service provider can focus on service provision.

Enable fast expansion.

With singular focus on infrastructure, CSquared deploys on large scale, on time, and with quality; hence, can reduce time to connect base stations, and support any future expansion plans of service providers.