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Radio Network Solutions (RNS) has been awarded a contract to supply and install 56 Metre (MTR) towers in Botswana. The towers will be erected on the road between Gaborone, the capital city of Botswana, and Ramokgwebana.

“In an effort to improve road infrastructure for faster connectivity in the country, we are erecting multiple towers along the route,” explains RNS sales director, Richard Hill. “The aim is to give road users uninterrupted connectivity, thereby empowering them to make instant contact with the office, family or even emergency calls if necessary.”

The 506 kilometre (315 mile) stretch of road forms part of the A1 highway that paths from the Zimbabwean border, located close to Ramokgwebane, through Francistown and Gaborone, all the way to the border with South Africa. Francistown is the second largest city in the country.

According to BuddeComm, a telecommunications research site, Botswana has one of the highest mobile market penetration rates in Africa, approaching 160 per cent.

Botswana boasts incredible wildlife, beautiful vacation destinations and landscapes. "This is a route worth travelling and the installation will allow users to share their experience in real time.”

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