Ghanaian telecommunications giant, MTN Ghana has announced that it has reached 73 percent coverage on its Fourth Generation (4G) network coverage across the country.
MTN Ghana says 100 percent coverage will be achieved in 2022.
4G is a mobile network technology that enables 4G compatible phones to connect to the internet faster.
Chief Corporate Services Executive at MTN Ghana, Samuel Koranteng disclosed this in Tamale on Thursday November 18 at an event to celebrate its 25th anniversary and meet senior journalists in Northern Ghana.
Already, MTN Ghana has reached 98 percent in its 2nd and 3rd generation (2G and 3G) coverage across the country with about 400 rural telephony sites to provide network to communities yet to be covered by its operations.
Mr Koranteng said this year alone, MTN has invested over $207 million in capital expenditures, the largest in a single year.
MTN Ghana started operating in the country in 1996 and was the first to introduce mobile telephone services in the West African state.
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