MTN Rwanda made history by demonstrating the country’s first live 5G network technology at the launch of the Mobile World Congress (MWC) Africa in Kigali.
The exhibition, which was first unveiled during the President’s visit to the conference, shows MTN Rwanda’s passion for being at the cutting edge of technological innovation and its steadfast commitment to providing the most advanced and reliable connectivity solutions to Rwandans, in response to the growing demand for faster and more reliable mobile and fixed broadband connectivity.
“5G represents more than speed; it’s a gateway to a world of endless possibilities. It holds the potential to revolutionize sectors such as healthcare, education, agriculture, and many more. For instance, with 5G, remote medical consultations and procedures could become a norm, significantly impacting healthcare accessibility in remote areas.” stated Mapula Bodibe, MTN Rwanda CEO.
“Demonstrating new technology is not just about staying at the forefront of innovation; it’s about exploring new ways to improve the everyday lives of Rwandans and positioning the nation as a technology leader on the continent,” she added.
5G technology aims to offer access to high-speed and advanced mobile internet services and reduce latency, improving internet user experience significantly. Rwanda’s digital landscape could be transformed by 5G, opening up a new era of innovation and connectivity. 5G will not only enhance digital experiences but also boost economic growth and further drive the country’s digital inclusion agenda with its transformative power.
The demonstration of 5G technology signals a new era for internet connectivity in Rwanda and shows MTN Rwanda’s steadfast commitment to innovation and its dedication to improving the lives of Rwandans with leading network connectivity solutions. Rwanda is ready to offer enhanced digital experiences and emerge as a leader for digital advancements on the African continent with 5G.