How To Switch To Vodafone 4G Service in Ghana
At the end of 2018, the National Communication Authority (NCA) issued the 4G license to Vodafone Ghana to offer a 4G service to its subscribers. The telecommunication company started rolling out its 4G services — to subscribers from March 19 2019 effectively.
Vodafone Ghana was given one slot of the 2x5MHz frequency spectrum in the 800MHz band for its mobile service and operations by the National Communication Authority.
Despite MTN Ghana with its 4G mobile service in Ghana, Vodafone Ghana will be the second mobile network to operate the 4G mobile network across Ghana.
Nobody would love to be using a 3G network while there is 4G on-going — of which you can switch to this anytime to enjoy the fastest internet in Ghana.
There are a lot of factors that contribute to switching to 4G network on Vodafone as — you first of all need to check if the 4G is available in your area and if your phone and SIM card support Vodafone 4G.
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How to check if you can enjoy Vodafone Ghana’s 4G service:
- Dial *700# on your phone using Vodafone
- Select option 6 (Check 4G Status)
- Select option 1 (Check 4G Phone or SIM Readiness)
- Wait as there will be a prompt which gives you the status of your phone and SIM card.
What To Know — And What To Follow to get Vodafone 4G
If the result of the 7006*1# check says that your phone and SIM are both 4G ready, then you don’t have to worry. You can start enjoying Vodafone Ghana’s 4G right away.
You may sometimes get a result which indicates that your SIM is ready for 4G but your phone is not, this is because your phone does not support 4G or LTE services. This is when you can opt for some of the latest 4G smartphones.
You may visit any Vodafone Ghana shop nationwide — if the results show that your SIM card is not 4G ready to get a 4G SIM.
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