Vodafone Ghana has announced that it is ready to launch its 4G network service on 19 March in major cities across Ghana.

During the pre-launch ceremony in Accra, Yolanda Cuba, Chief Executive Officer of Vodafone Ghana, announced to that the technical team hastened the development to launch the 4G service in March.

The company is said to have over 200 mobile sites countrywide that will allow customers to access the 4G service.

She expressed how the introduction of the 4G service is a part of Vodafone Ghana’s drive to improve internet service for customers saying, “4G at this stage in 2019 is a necessity in any country. It will give our customers superior experience and that is what we are focusing on.”

Ms. Cuba also pointed out that 5G “is commercially not ready” in Ghana and many parts of the world, indicating that in cities where 5G services were available, they were confined for use in special applications.

According to her, it will take us some time to migrate all the phones in Ghana onto 4G network.

She mentioned that, the new Vodafone-Ghana’s 4G internet service will give its subscribers better download speed.

Vodafone will also be the second operator in Ghana to launch LTE, after MTN.