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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...

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Ghana’s Minister of Communications, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, has indicated that the government is considering plans to introduce a unified licensing regime for telecom operators, reports Myjoyonline. Answering questions from the Appointment Committee of Parliament, Mrs Owusu-Ekuful said the move was in line with the administration’s goal to reduce the cost of internet access for consumers, hinting...

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MTN Ghana has received approval from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to buy back over one million shares from applicants who failed to provide sufficient personal information to complete their Know Your Customer (KYC) requirements under the company’s IPO in 2018, reports Ghana Business News. In a statement, MTN said such applicants would receive a refund at the original IPO price...

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Vodafone Group is considering options for its Ghana business as it focuses on reorganising the group and paying down debt, according to people familiar with the matter. The British telecommunications giant could sell its majority stake in the unit to Johannesburg-listed Vodacom Group, in which Vodafone is the biggest shareholder, said the people, who asked to...

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Ghana’s National Communications Authority (NCA) has granted additional temporary spectrum at no cost to MTN and Vodafone to improve their service to customers. The extra 5MHz of frequencies was initially made available to the two cellcos in April 2020 for a three-month period to address a surge in usage during the COVID-19 lockdown. In anticipation of increased demand...

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The International Telecommunications Union (ITU), the Norwegian and Ghanaian governments in partnership with multinational technology company Cisco has launched the ITU-Norway partnership on the Digital Transformation Centres (DTC) Initiative in Ghana. The ITU in partnership with Cisco and its Country Digital Acceleration Program and Cisco Networking Academy intends to create a global network of centres...

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In Ghana, NDC deputy Ras Mubarak demands transparency from the government on the acquisition of AirtelTigo. A member of the Parliamentary Communications Commission, he is increasing his press releases to deplore the management of this operation by the State. National Democratic Congress (NDC) MP and his political party representative on Ghana’s Parliamentary Communications Commission Ras Mubarak...