Aquiva Wireless, a Zimbabwean WiMAX and VoIP operator, has unveiled plans to deploy Long Term Evolution (LTE). CEO Brian Maphosa declared that the company would invest up to USD80 million over the next three years as it seeks to establish a nationwide presence. ‘I don’t think we have a choice about going for LTE in this country, which is why Aquiva proposes to make an impact in that space. As soon as the infrastructure limitations have been overcome, Aquiva will be ready to bring LTE services to its customers,’ said the executive. Meanwhile, the Harare-based ISP also revealed that it is in the process of installing metro fibre in all major business centres.