Vodafone Ghana sees network upgrade

Vodafone Ghana sees network upgrade

Vodafone Ghana majority shareholder Telecel Group announced it had expanded the operator’s network with the deployment of 300 new 4G sites, with the majority of them being activated across Ghana. 

In a statement, Telecel Group COO Malek Atrissi detailed that the operator has additional launched 4G+ which yields faster download speeds for subscribers. 

The executive added the infrastructure deployment was not a “one-off event” but a “pivotal” part of a wider strategy of sustained expansion across Ghana. 

Vodafone Ghana CEO Patricia Obo-Nai said “We have set a new standard for rapid network development in Ghana. But this is just the beginning. Our combined vision is to continuously seek and seize opportunities that enrich the digital experience for Ghanaians. The future holds even greater promise.”

“We have set a new standard for rapid network development in Ghana. But this is just the beginning. Our combined vision is to continuously seek and seize opportunities that enrich the digital experience for Ghanaians. The future holds even greater promise.” 

Vodafone Group transferred its 70% stake in its former Ghana unit to Telecel in February after regulators gave the green light. The government holds a minority stake. 

 

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