Vodafone Ghana punts enterprise business

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Vodafone Ghana punts enterprise business

Having invested GHC150 million on its network last year, Vodafone Ghana is actively promoting its new solutions for large and medium enterprises.

The company presented its corporate solutions to the IT managers of large corporates and government departments this month, saying it was bringing to market a range of fixed and mobile solutions for business.

The company said it had invested GHC150 million on improving its networks and services in the past year.

The telco also recently launched a campaign to promote its data offerings. With the tagline ‘Limitless Possibilities’, the campaign aims to educate Ghanaians about the benefits of the internet.

Chief Marketing Officer of Vodafone, Uche Ofodile said: “We are going big on data this year because we believe this will be the differentiator between us and our competitors. We are leaders in introducing innovative products that enhances peoples’ lives and make life much easier for them. Our products like the web box, Mi-Fi, Wi-Fi zones, Vodafone cafés, hi-speed dongles, tabs among others all serve one purpose – to make life much easier for the user.”



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