Vodafone Ghana has announced an investment of $700 million to improve its network capacity and lines across Ghana.
The pronouncement comes after regulators in Ghana and across the continent have urged telephony operators in the country to push forward and augment existing networks.
Vodafone Ghana believes that by enhancing the existing network, small businesses and regular customers would experience improved service on the go
Vodafone subsidiaries across Africa and the globe have been pushing forward on investment efforts to strengthen their bandwidth and capacities as more users are becoming connected via mobile phones.
Vodafone Ghana was formerly Ghana Telecom and is the national telecommunications company of Ghana. In 2006, it had around 400,000 customers for fixed and mobile telephony and Internet services.
On 3 July 2008, the sale of the company for $900 million to Vodafone group was announced. The Ghanaian government retained a 30% stake while Vodafone had a 70% stake in the company.
On 16 April 2009, the company was rebranded as Vodafone Ghana