The expansion into the Emerging African market has proved to be an exciting to Telecom industry in Africa. Our expansion into Africa has been guided primarily by the growing number of our customers in African countries.
The services offered by FABEC address the network and service requirements of incumbent and competitive local and foreign exchange carriers operating mobile communications networks.
FABEC mainly focuses on the development of infrastructure that enable operators and service providers to offer new value-added services to their customers, thereby producing higher returns and prevailing over the continuously growing competition.
FABEC doesn't just deliver physical infrastructure to the regions in which we operate - we also deliver capacity by employing professionals and specialists with majority being citizens of the countries in which we operate.
FABEC Kenya Branch
FABEC provides total solution for Telecom operators all over East Africa. The solution we provide covers the supply of all infrastructure materials providing a suitable media for Telecom equipments. FABEC has already rolled out some green field and roof top sites in Nairobi, Kisumu, Garisa and Mombasa towns for Kenya Telcom under Ericson Kenya consultation, with best quality giving our customers a complete solution. FABEC developed reputation as a services company with a real positive attitude. Its an attitude which we have in abundance-one which makes us relish a challenge with our customers, asseses requirements and then draw upon our extensive experience to develop solutions that meet customer needs.
FABEC Uganda Branch
FABEC Uganda country office is located at Namanve Mukono in Kampala and have been working for WARID Network in Uganda through HUAWEI Uganda and we have also been doing site build for MTN Uganda through HUAWEI Uganda.
FABEC Egypt Branch
FABEC Egypt country office is located at Salah Salam Cairo Egypt and have been working for Etisalat network through ERICSSON Egypt in installation of 2G and 3G works and other upgrade works and clean up works in Cairo city.