MTN’s Ghana network is investing over US$100 million this year on networks upgrades designed to improve the quality of the network, the company’s Corporate Services Executive, Mrs Cynthia Lumor has told local news media.
She said the mobile network had invested US$1.2 billion in the network since it launched its network in 2007.
On the topic of why the network is suffering poor quality of service in some parts of the country, she cited frequent breaks to its fibre network, mainly by property developers and road construction efforts.
The company suffered 77 disruptions to its network in the first five months of this year.
“Fibre cuts are major challenge to the operations of MTN in the country,” she stressed.