Namibia: Paratus launches the second phase of upgrading its mobile LTE network as early as November

High-speed connectivity provider Paratus announces the launch of the second phase of its LTE mobile network upgrade in November 2018. This operation comes after the successful completion of the first phase. Currently, the company is waiting for the technical equipment, essential to this network optimization, ordered from its supplier.

According to Andrew Hall, Paratus’ chief customer service manager, the two phases were separated due to manufacturing delays and deliverables. However, according to him, this waiting period was beneficial since it allowed the company to resolve the network’s inconsistencies. He pointed out that the company is planning these upgrades  “for some time, during which various laboratory tests are carried out to ensure the effectiveness of the network platform (…) Careful planning is crucial during implementation. in a real environment so as not to disrupt the provision of services “.

Once all upgrades are complete, Andrew Hall is confident that Paratus will be able to offer customers better LTE connectivity. For him, it is important for the company to remain at the forefront of technological advances in terms of its positive impact on the service provided to customers on the one hand, and on the other hand, on the finances of the company.

Source: Agence Ecofiin