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Indian telecommunications operator, Bharti Airtel, may be returning to Ghana in the future, managers of the company have disclosed to government. According to Minister for Communications and Digitalization, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, the covid-19 pandemic compelled many telecom operators to pull out from the African sub-region including the recent decision by owners of Airtel and Millicom to...

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Efforts to deepen internet penetration and bring broadband services to the doorstep of Ghanaians has received a boost with the signing of a partnership agreement between the Ghana Grid Company Limited (GRIDCo) and CSquared, Africa’s wholesale open-access broadband infrastructure provider. Under the partnership, GRIDCo is leasing its excess fibre capacity to mobile network operators and...

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The government of Ghana and the parent companies of AirtelTigo – Bharti Airtel Ghana and Millicom International Cellular Africa – have concluded negotiations and executed a definitive agreement to transfer the telco to the Ghanaian government on a going concern basis. The agreement, which will see the government acquire 100% of AirtelTigo’s shares along with...

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Ghanaian consumers are increasingly demanding on the quality of services. They also want more offers that look like them. The transformation of telecom operators is essential to meet these needs. In Ghana, MTN announced its intention to become “  a digital operator in 2023  ”. Through this profound transformation, Sam Addo the president and CEO, who revealed it on Sunday...

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The Ghanaian government has revealed plans to implement a SIM re-registration programme as part of efforts to increase security and combat the criminal use of technology, reports GhanaWeb. Minister for Communications, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, informed the parliament’s Appointments Committee that the government has decided to ’revisit the SIM registration regime, to do and do it properly’, adding that previous efforts...

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One of Ghana’s proposed changes to policy direction within telecommunications is to move from spectrum-specific to a Unified Licensing Regime (ULR). This is according to the country’s Minister-Designate for Communication and Digitalisation, Ursula Owusu Ekuful. Speaking to lawmakers, Ekuful said the move to ULR and other considerations, including improved co-location and fibre damage prevention, will...