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Sharing warmth for Mandela Day in 2024, Evotel Partners to donate over 1000 blankets to the homeless.

Sharing Warmth for Madiba

When we were invited to take part in the blanket drive in Newcastle we jumped at the chance to help, and loved the idea of helping spread a little warmth this Mandela day, during one of the coldest winters we have had to face in a few years.
Power station generating powwer in south Africa, is load shedding soon to return

The Return of Load Shedding

Evotel’s intention has always been to revolutionize the entire fibre internet industry across the country through better client experience. A few years in, and the skies seem bluer and the sun brighter for all to see. 
Fibre optic internet infrastructure replaces the ancient giants with new faster and more stable transmission

Fallen Giants

Evotel’s intention has always been to revolutionize the entire fibre internet industry across the country through better client experience. A few years in, and the skies seem bluer and the sun brighter for all to see. 
Meet charlie a dedicated Installation technician, describes the changes and improvements to client experience

Client Experience Excellence

Evotel’s intention has always been to revolutionize the entire fibre internet industry across the country through better client experience. A few years in, and the skies seem bluer and the sun brighter for all to see. 
Boots on the ground Evotel field teams in your area to make you fibre experience a good one

Boots on the ground

“It’s our priority to have our clients happy at all times,” said Mushakwe who has a great working relationship with his team of colleagues, made up of local community members, including; Kidman Miba, Fortune Mokhethi, Martha Mboweni, Obakeng Molefe and Ipeleng Moeketsi. 
hand, blue shirt, router

Navigating Fibre Internet Woes: The Human Touch in an AI World 

Fibre Network Operators (FNOs) and Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are constantly bombarded with calls from customers and subscribers regarding their fibre internet service – the connection, up-time, speed, etc. Who is responsible for fixing their fibre internet problems and how do they go about raising issues and finding solutions?