Vodafone PNG eyes coverage

 VODAFONE PNG is looking forward to getting more people connected to its network by the end of the year, says chief executive officer Danny Chew.

A year after entering the PNG market, Vodafone says it has built more than 300 towers around the country.

“This gives Vodafone a population coverage of around 30 to 40 per cent,” he said.

“After the launching in last April, we have connected over one million people in PNG.

“We can expect to connect more as we continue to expand our coverage and services.”

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Chew said they were planning more in the future.

“We are still growing,” he said.

“We are not where we want to be in as far as coverage is concerned.

“Our main concentration at the moment is to build our network, and bring the Vodafone service as quick as we can to the people of PNG.”

He said the company was pleased with the “reception we have been receiving from the people”.

“They like Vodafone as we offer quality service at affordable prices,” Chew said.

“We can only be optimistic from what we have seen so far.

“Vodafone’s relationship with the people will grow as we continue to expand.”

He said the people of PNG had for a long time “yearned for alternative choices in the mobile space”.

“We, at Vodafone, intend to do just that,” Chew said.

TheNational /Tech Pacific 

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