Telecom Network Malawi (TNM), one of the country’s major mobile services, announced on Tuesday that it has completed a three-year Radio Access Network (RAN) program across the country.
The program cost $6.5 million in total and is expected to significantly boost TNM’s services in Malawi.
“At this stage, customers can now experience improved quality service because the performance of the network has improved,” TNM’s Head of RAN, Vishwajeet Deshmukh, said.
APA reports that the modern equipment has bigger capacity that enables customers to access quality services without experiencing congestion. The equipment is also energy efficient, environment-friendly and consumes less power to transmit radio signals.
The new equipment is designed to adhere to international environmental standards and regulations.