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The Ghanaian government, through the Ghana Investment Fund for Electronic Communications (GIFEC), has constructed 1,003 rural telephony sites under the Rural Telephony and Digital Inclusion Project, Graphic reports. Presenting the 2023 Budget Statement and Government Economic Policy to parliament, Minister of Finance Ken Ofori Atta noted the deployments had benefitted 1,353 rural communities, which now...

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In compliance with a directive issued by the National Communications Authority (NCA) earlier this month, MTN Ghana has announced that from 1 December it will begin fully disconnecting any subscriptions that have not completed the SIM registration process. Noting that it was committed to the registration exercise to build an accurate customer database and help minimise fraud, the operator...

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Ghana’s Minister of Communications and Digitalisation, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, has announced that SIM cards that have been linked to ID cards but not undergone the second phase of registration will be blocked from accessing data services from 20 November and completely deactivated on 30 November. The Minister added an announcement will be made regarding measures to accommodate those...

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Ghana is facing economic difficulties due in particular to high inflation. Telecom operators are exploring solutions to reduce the operational pressure on them. Telecom operator MTN Ghana has announced that it plans to increase internet data costs from Monday, November 14. The company warned its subscribers through an SMS that it sent to them on Thursday, November...

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Pan-African digital and infrastructure services company MTN GlobalConnect launched new Customer Success Centres in Ghana and Kenya, as part of phased investment in expansive plans for the region. Ghana has been identified as a key market. According to the operator these centres will include insourcing of Network Operations Centre and a new Service Operations Centre....

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The Ghanaian government has invested USD200 million to enable the Ghana Investment Fund for Electronic Communications (GIFEC) to accomplish its rural telephony and digital inclusion projects across the country, Ghanaian Times reported. The project, which forms part of the government’s ‘Ghana Rural Telephony and Digital Inclusion Project’, seeks to facilitate the provision of universal access...