MTN to inject $143.7 million into operations in Ghana this year
MTN is injecting a total of $143.7 million into its operation in Ghana this year to improve on its services.
The money would go into the installation of more 4G , 3G and 2G cell sites throughout the country and also the installation of 410 km fibre optic cables throughout the country.
The Customer Relations Executive of the company, Mrs Jemimah Kotey Walsh, said this last Sunday at the customers soiree organised to customers of the company in Kumasi.
She said the company was continually investing in its operations to offer better services to its clientele.
The soiree, she said was to show appreciation to its customers and to let them know the company cared about them.
According to her, the company existed because of the patronage of the customers and without them “we wouldn't be where we are today.”
Some deserving customers of the company were rewarded with Samsung galaxy s8 smart phones for their loyalty.