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Last year, the government, through the Ministry of Communications and Digitalization, gave a directive that all Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) cards should be reregistered over a six-month period spanning October 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022 using the Ghana Card. That is to synchronize the details on one’s Ghana Card, a national identification card, with...

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MTN Ghana CEO Selorm Adadevoh has revealed the company has modernised at least 1,322 sites in readiness for the rollout of a 5G network as early as next year, reports News Ghana. Speaking at a press briefing, the executive revealed the telco has invested USD207 million in network expansion since the start of the year to accommodate ever-increasing...

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Smart Africa and Afriwave Telecom Ghana Limited have partnered to collaborate on the One Africa Network (OAN) and Interconnect Clearinghouse Initiative, Data Centre and Cloud project and intra-Africa connectivity project to advance digital transformation in Africa. The partners will provide training for decision makers across Africa through the Smart Africa Digital Academy (SADA) vehicle. Smart...

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The government of Ghana has completed its takeover of mobile network operator (MNO) AirtelTigo, according to Bharti Airtel’s regulatory filing to the Bombay Stock Exchange. The Indian group confirmed that 100% of the shares in AirtelTigo, a joint venture between Bharti Airtel and Millicom International Cellular, had been transferred to the Government of Ghana following...

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MTN Ghana has announced the implementation of measures to ensure on-net/off-net parity for voice and SMS special plans, promotions and bundle offers with effect from 1 November, ensuring its customers enjoy the same rate for on-net calls and those to other networks. The initiative is one of the remedies imposed under the National Communications Authority’s (NCA’s) declaration in...

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The Ghanaian arm of the largest telecom company in Africa has announced its intentions to launch and make operational 5G services in the West African country by 2023. This comes as MTN has yet to fully cover Ghana with its 4G spectrum, but projects to gain 98% 4G coverage by the end of 2022. Currently, MTN’s 4G...

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In 2017, Ghana turned to biometrics to consolidate the identification of its population. The process is already bearing fruit. As of June 28, 2021, more than 15 million new identity cards had already been distributed. The government wants to capitalize on it to further secure the telecoms market. The Ghanaian Ministry of Communications and Digitization will re-identify telecom...

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Mobile and fibre network operator MTN Ghana is adopting the ‘MTN Home’ banner for an ‘affordable’ residential internet service facilitating live streaming, video-on-demand and home automation applications, reports Ghanaian news portal Myjoyonline. MTN Home packages also reportedly promise ‘cheaper data, video and voice services to families’ with national coverage scope, although details of the technology platform or other specifics...