Kenya Data Network has now fully rebranded to its new parent company Liquid Telecom today and adopted its corporate colors and identity.
The latest shift would enable the troubled KDN brand to finally get a home where it would grow financially. KDN has been juggled from Sameer group to Altech South Africa, and was dumped due to financial constraints before it was picked up by Liquid Telecom in March this year.
The chief executive officer of Liquid Telecom Kenya, Shahab Meshki said that the company has not only taken over the Kenyan market but has inculcated eleven brands across Africa in their bigger plan to be multinational across the continent.
“We are delighted to be part of the Liquid Telecom Group as such an exciting time for communications in Africa. As Liquid Telecom Kenya we’re perfectly placed to connect our customers to the potential growth in telecommunications throughout the African continent and beyond,” Meshki said.
The company has branches in Botswana, DRC, Lesotho, Mauritius, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe and the UK.
Meshki told Techmoran that the company would manage the Kenyan subsidiary differently from its Altech ‘handlers’, in a bid to make profit by taking advantage of being in a larger network.