Vodacom, in its commitment to promote digital inclusion and bridge the digital divide, has handed over five new live sites to the Limpopo Department of Health. These sites will enhance coverage and provide high-speed connectivity to hospital staff, patients, visitors and surrounding communities, ultimately improving healthcare delivery in the region.
As part of an ongoing partnership with the Department of Health, Vodacom aims to find digital solutions that contribute to building an inclusive and connected society. By strategically establishing 4G network sites near major hospitals, the company is facilitating access to internet services, enhancing customer experience and driving transformative change in healthcare across Limpopo and South Africa.
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Vodacom Limpopo has commissioned three new sites at Louis Trichardt, Bela-Bela, Letaba, Witpoort and Tshilidzini Hospitals, with a total investment exceeding R6 million. This initiative reflects Vodacom Limpopo’s dedication to expanding broadband coverage and improving access to voice, data and video services, particularly in rural areas of the region.