American Tower Corporation (ATC) Ghana, the largest independent owner and operator of wireless infrastructure in Ghana says its commitment to the telecommunications sector in Ghana is “unwavering.”
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the ATC Ghana, Mr Yahaya Nasamu Yunusa during a media interaction in Accra on Wednesday Continue investing significantly to further develop and enhance wireless infrastructure solutions across the country
“We’ll continue to support the industry to enable the growth in line with government’s digital expansion and inclusion agenda ,” he added
ATC Ghana would partner government and all key stakeholders to improve network connectivity and access through the expansion of services and innovation to facilitate the digital transformation
The company pledged to provide the needed partnerships to leverage Ghana’s leading digital penetration rate to further drive the country’s budding e-economy
Mr Yunusa said his outfit would continue to promote partnerships with local Ghanaian vendors, suppliers, and third-party contractors, empower them and continue to provide opportunities for local businesses to grow .
“We are committed to working with customers in line with their network expansion plans to deliver world-class wireless connectivity customers and businesses in all parts of the country,” he stated.
Ready for 5G
The company is ready and open to opportunities for new and innovative technology and service offering to further support the development of the telecommunications industry in Ghana in line with the pace of growth in other parts of the world.
“We are backing government’s commitment to digital connectivity expansion and will take full advantage opportunities for wireless network expansion to underserved and unserved communities including rural areas
ATC Ghana said it is supportive of government’s commitment to turn current economic challenges around.
More digital communities in the offing
The company has invested in building computer-equipped learning centres that utilize the uninterrupted power supply and broadband connection from ATC’s tower sites to provide local communities with free education and training in ICT. The projects are usually located close to basic schools to ensure that the pupils have easy access to aid teaching and learning.
So far, 10 centres had been built in Bator, Makola, Bawdua, Savelegu, Tarkwa, Jamasi, Asoum, Berekum, Bawku and Sefwi Akontombra.
With over 5,000 beneficiaries so far, ATC Ghana revealed that 10 more projects were planned for 2023