Vodafone Ghana has embarked on a USD 1 million network expansion project in the Western Region. The operator is aiming to bring uninterrupted connectivity to the doorstep of oil and gas companies along the Takoradi-Agona enclave. This is according to a report via TelecomPaper.
CEO Haris Broumidis stated that: “The network expansion has paved the way for the operator to better serve businesses and offices with fibre, dedicated internet and Wi-Fi, while consumers can obtain superfast broadband in every part of the Western Region.”
According to the report, over the years, Vodafone has spent over USD 700 million on its network infrastructure to create a resilient system that delivers the fastest 3G internet speed for both downloads and uploads. The comprehensive investment in the Western region includes laying more than 24 km of fibre infrastructure from Takoradi through Apowa to Agona Nkwanta.