beMOBILE Spends P90m To Boost Network

FRANCISTOWN: One of the country’s leading mobile operators, beMOBILE invested P90 million on enhancing its mobile networks during the year 2014 -2015 financial year. This was said by the Botswana Telecommunications Limited (BTCL) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Paul Taylor when addressing delegates at the 21st Botswana Confederations of Commerce Industry and Manpower (BOCCIM) Trade Fair on Friday.

beMOBILE is a 100% subsidiary of BTCL. The event was themed, “ Value creation through innovative partnerships.’ “ The investment is geared at improving customer experience. We not only added more sites but improved network capability to handle next generation technologies,” said Taylor.

The CEO added, “Significant investment is planned in our mobile networks for the year 2015/16 for further 3G enhancement and 4G mobile roll-out.” Taylor said the developments are part of BTCL’s efforts to encourage economic growth and support businesses in the country as well making sure that the firm stays competitive in the mobile network industry.

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