Nokia has recently partnered with Togo Telecom (Togocom) on a three-year deal to launch a 5G network across Togo, making it the first in West Africa.
This collaboration will involve the Finnish telecoms company offer the necessary infrastructure such as AirScale Adaptive Antenna and Base Stations that will allow uninterrupted delivery of 5G network to subscribers of Togocom
Africa has seen the slowest adoption rate since the implementation of 5G across the world, this may have been a result of a lack of adequate facility to effect the change.
Togocom will benefit immensely from this new partnership as it will leverage it to generate revenue while helping to enhance more business opportunities.
Paulin Alazard, CEO at Togocom commented: “Nokia’s technology helps us to modernize our existing nationwide network and enable us to offer subscribers with access to cutting-edge 5G services.
We are proud to be the first country in West Africa to offer 5G’s incredible connectivity, which is to be a game-changer in supporting Togolese citizens with a range of new services and opportunities.”
According to Alazard, Togo is proud to be the first West African country offering 5G’s connectivity. This will be a game-changer to help citizens of Togo with new business opportunities.
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