Business Fibre | BitCo

Inspire your business with Uncapped and Uncontended Business Fibre.

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Business Wireless | BitCo

Revolutionise the way your business connects with Wireless connectivity.

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Business Voice | BitCo

Tailor-made and uncompromised VoIP and PBX solutions for your business.

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National, independent and licensed Telecommunications Provider.


BitCo, a National Telecommunications Provider has been revolutionising business connectivity for over a decade. BitCo builds, maintains and manages their private Fibre Optic and Wireless Last Mile Network which spans across South Africa. Complete control combined with Quality of Service (QoS) guarantees operational uptime and a Network to optimally service the broad Business Market. Not only does BitCo offer services directly to business, they enable any level of the ICT Channel to maximise their business by leveraging off BitCo’s Carrier-Grade Fibre and Wireless Network.

How the Internet Works – 15 Nov, 2017


How The Internet Functions - Episode 5 | BitCo


How the Internet Works Series 

The Internet is part of our daily lives. We use it all the time, sending emails, browsing websites, instant chats, streaming music and so, so much more.


It’s hard to imagine the world today with no Internet. Without it, Internet Service Providers would not exist.


Thought Leadership – 07 Nov, 2017


Is the future of business really in the cloud


Is the Future of Business Really in the Cloud?

It’s a question I’ve been asked many times before; is the future of business really in the cloud? The answer is yes, but of course, it’s a little more complicated than that. So, why should businesses pay attention to cloud technology, and if it’s so appealing, why is cloud still so underutilised in SA?


Thought Leadership – 27 Oct, 2017


Why Business Fibre is at a Premium - BitCo


Why Business Fibre is at a Premium

In the world of business, you get what you pay for. Business fibre comes at a premium, because it’s a direct line between a business and its ISP. Even for lines that aren’t direct, but aren’t contested upstream or down, it can be considered a dedicated connection wholly for the use of that business.


BitCo Coverage Map Fibre Wireless