Olleh Rwanda unveils innovative 4G internet products

Customers of Olleh Rwanda Networks (ORN) will now be able to monitor their homes and offices on their phones and PCs, thanks to the introduction of new innovative products by the firm on the local market.
ORN CEO, Patrick Yoon, talks to guests about value-added services on 4G LTE on Tuesday at the Hotel Villa Portofino in Kigali yesterday.
ORN CEO, Patrick Yoon, talks to guests about value-added services on 4G LTE on Tuesday at the Hotel Villa Portofino in Kigali yesterday.

Customers of Olleh Rwanda Networks (ORN) will now be able to monitor their homes and offices on their phones and PCs, thanks to the introduction of new innovative products by the firm on the local market. 

Patrick Yoon, the ORN chief executive officer, the Fourth Generation Long Term Evolution (4G LTE) Internet services provider, said the products include a 4G LTE CCTV security camera solution, which will make it possible for clients to remotely monitor the security of their homes, offices and businesses, like banks.

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Guests being shown how the 4G LTE CCTV camera works.

Others are a 4G LTE mobile television service, and a 4G LTE push-to-talk Internet-based voice communication service.

Speaking at launch of the three products on Tuesday in Kigali, Yoon said the additional services will enable more people to use 4G Internet in their day-to-day activities.

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He said the solutions will come in handy for clients, especially security companies for the CCTV cameras, smartphone users for the mobile TV service and user groups involved in all sectors of the economy (for the push-to-talk communication service).

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Guests at the launch.

Yoon also explained that the additional services will create value-for-money for 4G clients.

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