Telecel Group, the majority shareholder of Vodafone Ghana, has successfully expanded the operator’s network infrastructure by adding 300 new 4G sites across various regions in the country.
“This achievement has been accomplished in record time and stands as a direct testament to Telecel’s unwavering commitment to providing enhanced connectivity and outstanding services to Ghanaians,” the company said in a press release issued on Monday, 9th October, adding that it is fully committed to “substantially improving the quality of the network it has acquired”.
Malek Atrissi, Chief Operating Officer at Telecel Group, stated “his 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. Our commitment remains unwavering as we continue to pinpoint opportunities for network expansion, ensuring that we extend world-class mobile connectivity to an ever-growing number of Ghanaians. Additionally, we are thrilled to introduce 4G+ to our customers, offering them even faster speeds.”
“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,” added Patricia Obo-Nai, CEO of Vodafone Ghana.
As previous reported by TeleGeography’s Commsupdate, Telecel Group completed the acquisition of a 70% stake in Vodafone Ghana for an undisclosed sum in February this year, after obtaining all the necessary regulatory approvals including the agreement of the Ghanaian government, which remains the 30% minority shareholder.