ZAMTEL, which a is one of three mobile phone networks operating in the country alongside with Airtel and MTN claims it has exceeded 1.5 million customers.
ZAMTEL Acting Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Sydney Mupeta disclosed this in a press statement issued to ZANIS in Lusaka today.
“ZAMTEL has been repositioning itself to become a total telecommunication provider of choice by improving its network, make our products and services easily available on the market. We would to thank old and new customers for being part of this success story for using our Cell “Z” network on your mobile phones,” Mr. Mupeta said.
Mr. Mupeta said his company has in the last three years rolled out 543 three-global-sites.
Mr. Mupeta said ZAMTEL has embarked on investing in marketing campaigns in cognizant of the competitive nature of the telecommunications industry such as the ZAMSPELL IT and infrastructure installed in some parts of the country.
He said ZAMTEL remains committed to its clientele by providing quality and affordable tele-communications services in mobile, landline, internet and optic fibre as the firm re-positions itself in the telecommunication industry.
The Acting ZAMTEL CEO thanked old and new customers for being part of this success story and using Cell “Z” network on their mobile phones.
Mr. Mupeta adds that in its social corporate responsibility, ZAMTEL has embarked on the provision of safe and clean drinking water in communities as well as invested in education through the donation of computers to schools where it operates.