Botswana Telecommunications Corporation Limited provides, develops, operates, and manages national and international telecommunications services in Botswana. It offers prepaid, broadband, residential postpaid, and Internet ADSL services. The company also provides abbreviated calling, alarm call, caller ID, call barring, call divert, call waiting, conference call, and time announcement services. In addition, Botswana Telecommunications Corporation Limited offers frame relay, leased line, ISDN, PABX, VSAT, toll free, contact center, IPLC, and business line solutions for small and medium enterprises, and large enterprises. Further, the company provides FutureConnect, an integrated solution for ...
Founded in 1980
Vodafone Group Signs New Partner Market Agreement with Botswana Telecommunications Corporation Limited
Mar 30 15
Vodafone Group has signed of a new partner market agreement with Botswana Telecommunications Corporation Limited, enabling the latter to enhance its customer proposition in Botswana with Vodafone's products and services. Under the non-equity partnership agreement, the two companies will jointly offer business and consumer customers a range of products and services. According to the Vodafone, its multinational corporate customers will benefit from the addition of Botswana to their existing contracts for international managed services, while continuing to be serviced via a single point of contact. BTC will be able to access Vodafone's global data reach and a competitive cost base for its customers international calls.
Botswana Telecommunications To List By 2015
Feb 3 15
Kenneth Matambo, The Minister of Finance and Development Planning of Africa said that Botswana Telecommunications Corporation Limited's privatization process was at an advanced stage with expected Initial Public Offering (IPO) in the first half of 2015.
Privatization Of BTC To Progress
Dec 1 14
The privatization of Botswana Telecommunications Corporation Limited (BTC) is expected to progress on December 31, 2014. 49% of BTC's shares will be offered by government in an initial public offering (IPO), of which 44% can be purchased by individual investors and local firms. Government will reserve 5% for the employees via an Employee Share Ownership Programme.