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Fair Value: 268
% of Fund Value: 2.2
An internet infrastructure company that provides managed fibre-optic broadband connectivity in SA.

Metrofibre Networx is a managed bandwidth service provider and internet service provider (ISP) that builds and operates a number of fibre-to-the-premises access infrastructures in and between commercial business parks, business clusters, residential estates and suburbs (access infrastructures). These access infrastructures are, in turn, connected to a Metro-Core-Ring circling Tshwane and Johannesburg, interconnecting these parks, clusters and estates.

From a wholesale perspective, this entire infrastructure is made available to all ISPs, enabling them to deliver broadband services to their clients. The infrastructure is also suitable for corporate entities for the purpose of building their own private corporate networks between regional offices and branches. The infrastructure is designed to be able to provide infinite broadband speeds, which ISPs can deliver to their customers.

Fibre gives people access to the world.


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