Airtel Zambia to invest in network transformation

Mobile user in Africa
Airtel Zambia, headquartered in Lusaka, has decided to make investment in the transformation of its radio access network (RAN) infrastructure in major regions of Zambia.

Ericsson has bagged a contract that covers equipment, software and range of professional services, including project management, systems integration and support. It also covers the transformation of existing 2G infrastructure, swap out of existing 3G sites.

Ericsson will provide equipment from the Ericsson Radio System allowing Airtel to meet growing subscriber demands for better and faster mobile internet connectivity.

Peter Correia, managing director, Airtel Zambia, said: “We are committed to offering our customers the best user experience.”