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MTN Ghana has revealed that it is investing in becoming a fully digital operator by 2023. Selorm Adadevoh, MTN Ghana CEO, says that the company was leveraging the strength of its “fintech” and some six pillars to “deliver a bold new digital world to customers”. According to News Ghana, the COVID-19 pandemic has heightened the importance of digital operations...

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Ghana’s Minister of Communications criticized the telecoms regulator for its slowness in restricting the domination of MTN Ghana, which it had known about since 2015. Ursula Owusu-Ekuful pointed out to the company’s customers not to see anything personal against the latter. Ghanaian Communications Minister Ursula Owusu-Ekuful lambasted Ghana’s National Communications Authority (NCA) for the long...

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The Commercial High Court in Accra has dismissed MTN Ghana’s case challenging the decision announced by the National Communications Authority (NCA) in June to declare the mobile network operator (MNO) as having significant market power (SMP). According to the NCA, MTN had argued the declaration was in breach of its right to be heard and a violation of procedural fairness....

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Ghana has obtained a loan of $ 115 million from the World Bank to accelerate the implementation of the eTransform Ghana project. Many actions are planned, including the extension of the telecom network, the computerization of administrations. The goal is to improve the digital response to the Covid-19. The World Bank Board of Directors announced on June...

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MTN Ghana has initiated a new move in seeking a judicial review of Ghana’s National Communications Authority (NCA)’s decision to declare the telecom a Significant Market Power (SMP) in the country. MTN says that this declaration could mean significant regulatory restrictions being placed upon it by the NCA which could potentially limit the telecom’s growth...

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MTN Ghana has announced it will seek judicial review of the National Communication Authority’s (NCA’s) decision earlier this month to designate the operator as having Significant Market Power (SMP) and impose special regulatory restriction on the company. In a statement issued on 26 June, MTN Ghana noted that although it acknowledges the regulator’s duty and powers to promote...

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To accommodate the surge in internet traffic during the COVID-19 pandemic in Ghana, President Nana Akufo-Addo has directed the Ministry of Communications to extend the spectrum of networks belonging to MTN and Vodafone, at no cost to the service providers. Ghana’s Communications Minister Ursula Owusu-Ekuful said the restriction of movements in the country has led...