Tag Archives: 4G

MTN reaching underserved areas through telephony solution


MTN Ghana, a telecommunications service provider is leading the digital revolution in Ghana with the increment of 4G sites, fibre optic extension and a rural telephony solution for underserved areas. Mrs Cynthia Lumor, Corporate Services Executive of the Company said 197 4G sites would be added this year to augment the existing 475 to meet the increasing demand for high-speed ...

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Telcos expect reforms as new NCA director takes office


With the appointment of Joseph Anokye as new Acting Director-General of telecoms regulator National Communications Authority (NCA), the telcos say they are looking forward to institutional and regulatory reforms. While welcoming the Director-General, the telcos also said they want greater collaboration between industry players and the NCA under the new leadership to develop Ghana’s telecoms and ICT sector. Although they ...

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NCA Stops new 4G policy moves

The NPP transitional team has put the breaks on the telecommunications regulator from implementing some new policies in the 4G space, impeccable sources at the National Communications Authority (NCA) have said. The NCA board and management met with the four BWA (Broadband Wireless Access) license holders, namely Surfline, Blu, Goldkey and Broadband Home on Tuesday, January 3, 2017 to discuss ...

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MTN seeks 4G partnerships in first year of license

It has been a year since MTN got its 4G license, and they are already in talks with other 4G players in the country for partnership. The telecoms market leader was the only company which won one of the two 800MHz spectrum slots at US$67.5million on December 2, 2015. Four companies paid a non-refundable fee of GHC250, 000 each to ...

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