by Editorial Team
Vodafone Ghana starts FTTH to improve internet speeds in the country
The Chief Executive Officer of Vodafone Ghana, Patricia Obo-Nai, has assured Vodafone’s current and prospective customers of the company’s commitment to continued investments into its fibre infrastructure to enable it deliver unmatched broadband services nationwide.
The announcement was made during the launch event of the service. In an attempt to further add value to the consumers’ experience, Vodafone is investing in an extensive fibre infrastructure roll-out to provide seamless ultra-high speed ‘Fibre-To-The-home’ (FTTH) connectivity for more homes and workplaces.
Vodafone’s Fibre Infrastructure roll-out campaign will see the company phase out its copper installments across the country, replacing them with super-fast Fibre internet.
The upgrading of copper-based customers within the Greater Accra Region to Vodafone’s FTTH service will be for free. Customers in other regions where the company’s FTTH service is also readily available will be subsequently upgraded.
The CEO of Vodafone Ghana, Patricia Obo-Nai in highlighting the importance of the investments they are making in their fibre infrastructure said “Fibre speeds are 10 times better than what you get on copper, so the transformation is significant because at the moment people don’t have time, they are working and studying at home, so you can’t afford to have slow internet. This is why reliable service and a faster speed is basic, and that is why we are embarking on this campaign for our customers.”