MTN’s fibre business Supersonic has launched “Work from Home” fixed-LTE packages following local companies requesting employees to stay away from their offices.
Many businesses have instructed employees to work from home due to the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak, in a bid to stop the spread of the virus.
“In the wake of what may soon be a complete shutdown, Supersonic announces bespoke packages for businesses to enable their teams to continue to work effectively from home,” Supersonic said.
“The packages have been designed for businesses to offer to their staff to keep the South African workforce connected and reachable via online and voice-enabled connectivity.”
Supersonic said it has also made Call Centre and Call Recording functionality available on request, along with Voice 1000 and Voice 2000 packages.
The voice packages offer inclusive minutes to South African numbers and a handset.
“Remote access is not a new concept, although businesses operating with an entirely remote workforce is,” said Calvin Collett, MD of Supersonic.