Vodafone Cameroon to expand its LTE network

The move follows a deal to share parts of CamTel's infrastructure last month
Richard Achu, Vodafone Cameroon.
Richard Achu, Vodafone Cameroon.

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Vodafone Cameroon is set to expand its 4G network across the country. The development comes after the telco signed a network sharing agreement with state-run operator CamTel last month, which allows Vodafone to make use of CamTel’s existing network in Douala and Yaounde and to expand its coverage to new locations across the country.

Richard Achu, sales and distribution director, Vodafone Cameroon, said: “Vodafone Cameroon will enable anyone with 4G compatible equipment to benefit from the best 4G LTE network in these new towns as it is already the case in Douala and Yaounde. We are starting today with eight new towns but we want to extend our 4G LTE ultra-fast network in the ten regions of the country before the end of the year. We will do our utmost to deepen our distribution network in the new cities in order to get closer to our new clients.”

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