Telecel embarks on network expansion — Adds 300 new 4G
TELECEL Group, the majority shareholder of Vodafone Ghana, has added 300 new 4G sites to existing ones as part of a comprehensive expansion of the company’s network infrastructure.
It is also in line with the company’s commitment to provide enhanced connectivity and outstanding services to its customers.
A release issued in Accra yesterday said: “Most of the sites have been activated across various regions in Ghana,” adding that “the achievement has been accomplished in record time and stands as a direct testament to Telecel’s commitment towards Ghanaians”.
The release said the significant advancement follows Telecel's acquisition of Vodafone Ghana and underscores the expansion strategy put in place following its entry to the Ghanaian market. “Telecel is fully committed not only to maintaining but also to substantially improving the quality of the network it has acquired.
This accomplishment is not a one-off event but rather a pivotal part of Telecel’s broader strategic plan for sustained expansion across the nation. We have exceeded expectations in the rapid development of these sites, and this is only the beginning of our journey.” The release added.
It said the company’s commitment remained unwavering as it continued to pinpoint opportunities for network expansion, ensuring that it extended world-class mobile connectivity to an ever-growing number of Ghanaians.
Group Chief Operating Officer of the company, Malek Atrissi, said “additionally, we are thrilled to introduce 4G+ to our customers, offering them even faster speeds.”
The CEO of Vodafone Ghana, 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."
The release noted that the network enhancement marked the beginning of a long journey as Telecel Group has set the wheels in motion for a series of further expansions aimed at continually amplifying the network’s reach and efficiency.