Tigo Rwanda first offer visitors 4G

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From PHYLLIS BIRORI in Kigali, Rwanda
KIGALI, (CAJ News) – TIGO Rwanda has launched its 4G roaming service allowing visitors to the East African country to stay connected via 4G LTE Internet while roaming on the network.
The new service, said to be the first of its kind in Rwanda, will provide visitors from abroad with a better roaming experience and faster data roaming speeds while in the country compared to what is currently available on 3G.
“Since the successful introduction of the strategy to boost Rwanda’s presence in hosting international conferences and events, we are seeing an increasing number of visitors coming in to roam on the Tigo network,” said Yaw Ankoma Agyapong, Tigo Rwanda Chief Commercial Officer.
“With this new service, our visitors, including business people and leisure tourists, can now keep their mobile lines open and use the best data roaming service available in the country.”
In September 2015, Tigo Rwanda became the first Telco in Rwanda to deliver 4G service on mobile.
“We want visitors to Rwanda to feel at home on the Tigo network and the 4G technology partnership with KTRN allows us to provide a broadband experience equal to what they can get at home in terms of speed,” said Agyapong.
Korea Telecom Rwanda Networks (KTRN) announced that the 4G LTE subscriber base grew more than 200 percent in 2016 compared to the previous year.
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