The first ever MTN Business annual fair in Accra ended successfully at the Alisa Hotel with key participating firms rating the telecommunications operator the best in the country for networking and allied services.
Tigo Ghana has launched its third entrepreneurship programme aimed at identifying and empowering young Ghanaians with innovative digital solutions to step forward and help solve some of Ghana’s most pressing needs.
GLO Mobile has introduced a new product with an exciting tariff plan which will enable telecommunication subscribers in Ghana to make free calls to their friends, family and business associates in Nigeria.
TELECOM companies have suffered an upsurge of fibre optic cable cuts mainly caused by road construction across the country in spite of making several reports to the Ministry of Roads and Highways. Currently there are six telecommunications companies operating in the country.
Subscriptions on tiGo, the mobile network operated by Millicom Ghana Limited shot up to 4,014,487 from 3,933,195, according to a Mobile Voice Market Share report for November 2013 released by the National Communications Authority (NCA).