Find Telecommunication expertise in Swaziland
A survey of telecoms in Swaziland shows that there are 43 main telephone lines, 333 mobile cellular subscribers and 41 internet users per 1,000 people (2007).
Since its launch in 1998, mobile telephony has grown rapidly. Numbers of internet users have also risen sharply, particularly since the introduction of broadband in 2008.Private company MTN Swaziland, a subsidiary of the MTN Group, dominates the mobile telephony market. Mobile market penetration in Swaziland has been well above the African average, but subscriber growth has slowed in recent years. The average revenue per user (APRU) is one of the highest in Africa.
The government-owned Swaziland Posts and Telecommunications Corporation (SPTC) is the main telecoms company in the country and dominates the fixed line market. SPTC is expected to be split into separate posts and telecoms entities in the coming years.
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|Swaziland Posts and Telecommunications Corporation (SPTC)||