Vodafone Ghana has officially launched an extensive infrastructure rollout programme to provide fibre broadband connectivity to more homes and businesses across the country, reports Business Ghana. The campaign, which began in 2019, will see the company progressively upgrade its entire copper network to provide greater reliability and bandwidth, enabling seamless high speed connectivity. As part of the initiative, Vodafone is offering to upgrade the cables and routers of existing ADSL subscribers free of charge.
Speaking at the launch event in Accra, Vodafone Ghana CEO Patricia Obo-Nai stated: ‘At Vodafone, anticipating customer’s needs and responding to them in a timely fashion has been an integral part of what we do as a technology company. It is with this commitment that we have invested once again in one of the most impacted transformational telecom projects in this country.’
According to TeleGeography’s CommsUpdate database, Vodafone Ghana’s FTTH network currently covers 21 areas in the Greater Accra Region and offers maximum download speeds of 50Mbps.