In a bid to ensure speedy and stable access to mobile Internet, Airtel Malawi has intensified its 3G site upgrades in Lilongwe.
For the past two weeks, the upgrades have been carried out in nine strategic sites in a bid to ensure speedy and stable access to mobile internet.
According to Airtel Malawi’s Publicist Edith Tsilizani, the upgraded sites are Lilongwe Bus Depot, Maula Prison, Bwaila, Area 25 C, Area 36, Area 48 and the Bingu International Conference Center.
“Access to speedy and reliable Internet is a must,” Tsilizani said adding that other upgrades have also been done in Blantyre and Dwangwa recently.
Tsilizani said they will keep on carrying out these upgrades to make sure that subscribers enjoy the best internet experience in Malawi.
Airtel Malawi is a leading mobile telecommunications operator and has the largest 3G Internet sites and coverage in the country.
Meanwhile, Bharti Airtel, a telecommunications service provider with operations in 20 countries across South Asia and Africa, has said that it has become the third largest mobile operator in the world in terms of subscribers.
As per the latest data published by WCIS, Airtel with over 303 million mobile subscribers across its operations, has moved up one position in the global rankings.
Airtel began operations in November 1995 in New Delhi, India and in less than two decades it has emerged as one of the top brands in the emerging markets with an unmatched scale and diversity of operations.
Bharti Airtel chairperson Sunil Bharti Mittal said: “This is a major landmark in the journey of Airtel and underlines the strength of our business model and our brand that is loved by customers across 20 countries.
“Today, we seamlessly manage global scale operations in diverse geographies and deliver the same world-class services to each customers, this perhaps is one of our biggest achievements.”Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :