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Vodafone secures 4G spectrum

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Vodafone has won one of the 2×5 MHz frequency spectrum block in the 800 MHz Band frequency spectrum block for mobile services. By this, Vodafone should be providing 4G services for its clients soon. A statement from the NCA to Citi Business News confirmed the acquisition. “The National Communications Authority (NCA) announces for the information of the general public that ...

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Subah Reaches end of Contract Settlement with GRA

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SubahInfosolutions has agreed an out of court settlement with the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA). The value of the settlement is approximately three months service fee GH¢16,440,226 which SubahInfosolutions will have earned during the remainder of the contract. The parties have also agreed to an independent value-for-money audit of the assets and other technical infrastructure that SubahInfosolutions may have made to ...

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What you need to know about AirtelTigo [Article]

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Mobile phone use has steadily become a necessity of life, allowing users to communicate seamlessly with loved ones and business partners. According to recent regulatory reports, the number of mobile subscriptions in Ghana continues to grow, recording 40 million subscribers and a penetration rate of 137 per cent at the end of July 2018. Telecommunication service providers have therefore been ...

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Surfline’s service restored after three-day black out

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Surfline Ghana Limited has fully restored internet services to consumers after a blackout for nearly a week. This came as the National Communications Authority (NCA) said it had intervened in the impasse between Glo Ghana Limited and Surfline Ghana. The two companies were said to have been involved in a tussle that resulted in the cut to internet connectivity to thousands of ...

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Airtel Tigo’s new CEO prioritises innovative customer service

AirtelTigo CEO - Mitwa Kaemba Ng’ambi

The newly appointed CEO of AirtelTigo, Ms Mitwa Kaemba Ng’ambi has started her new role at the company. She commenced her work on Monday, June 25, 2018. A statement from AirtelTigo said Ms Ng’ambi on her first day at work, addressed staff during a town hall meeting at the company’s headquarters. “Colleagues, I’m extremely excited to be joining AirtelTigo. For ...

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AirtelTigo fortunes least affected by CEO’s exit

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Telecom Analyst, Fouad Chaalabi has told Citi Business News he does not expect the resignation of the CEO of AirtelTigo, RoshiMotman, to negatively affect the fortunes of the company going forward. According to him, the systems and international standards of the parent companies of both Airtel and Tigo will ensure that the merged entity thrives even in the absence of ...

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AirtelTigo CEO, Roshi Motman quits

Roshi Motman - Outgoing CEO, AirtelTigo

AirtelTigo has announced that its Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Roshi Motman has decided to leave the company to pursue new opportunities. The company said CEO of Tigo Senegal, Mitwa Kaemba Ng’ambi would replace Ms Motman. Ms. Motman has enjoyed considerable successes during her time with first Tigo Ghana and subsequently AirtelTigo. Having joined Tigo Ghana in 2014, she steered the ...

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MTN targets GH¢3.47 billion from IPO

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MTN is seeking to raise 3.478 billion cedis as it launches its Initial Public Offering (IPO). By this, MTN will cede at least thirty-five percent access to the general public to own a stake in its operations. The move is also aimed at fulfilling regulatory obligation regarding the purchase of one of the 4G spectrum licenses in 2015. The telecommunication ...

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Fibre cuts major cause of poor telecom services

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Fibre optic cables have aided the connection of platforms for improved service delivery by telecom operators. However the challenge of dealing with their regular destruction, has left most telecom operators desperate. The phenomenon not only drains resources but creates a gloomy picture for improved services. Citi Business News has been engaging industry players and they suggest that robust measures be ...

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Glo serves only a third of expected coverage area

Acting Director General of the NCA, Joe Anokye

It has emerged that telecoms company, Glo, covers only a third of the total number of districts it is to cover in terms of its 3G coverage obligations. This is the conclusion of a first quarter Quality of Service Monitoring conducted by the National Communications Authority (NCA). The company is therefore expected to improve upon its operations in order to ...

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