Tuesday, May 18, 2021
The ‘All-Flash Data Center’ era is now. From explosive data growth to surging traffic, is your organisation properly prepared for the challenges and opportunities of the data centre market in 2021? Choose an End to End (E2E) all-flash array to modernise your data centre today, without price getting in...
The Ghana Grid Company Limited (GRIDCo) has signed an agreement with CSQUARED, to lease its excess fibre capacity to mobile network operators and Internet Service Providers in Ghana. CSQUARED is a technology company, making commercially driven investments into broadband-enabling infrastructure throughout Africa. GRIDCo’s operations involve the use of an Optical Ground...
Some shareholder loans forgiven Repayment of $100m facility from Standard bank split Government acquired all shares in AirtelTigo for a dollar, the Minister of Communication and Digitalisation, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful has revealed. According to her, the current state of the company and the circumstances under which the shareholders...
MTN is set to invest in the region of GH¢1.1 billion this year in capital expenditure (capex), with a particular emphasis on network capacity and infrastructure expansion, its Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Selorm Adadevoh, has said. He made this known as he took his turn at the Ghana Stock Exchange...
Government and the parent companies of AirtelTigo - Bharti Airtel Ghana Holdings B.V., MIC Africa B.V - have concluded negotiations and signed an agreement to transfer shares of the company to the Ghana government following announcement of the company’s departure from the Ghanaian market last year. This agreement transfers all...
Some staff of AirtelTigo have appealed that government hasten processes to take over the company, as lack of investment from the shareholders is weakening the company’s core operations. According to them, for the past two years the shareholders have shown little or no faith in the telecommunication company -...
After a fortnight of implementing the new MTN Mobile Money (MoMo) directive of ‘No ID card, no cash out’, MTN has introduced a new security feature in the transaction process to address challenges experienced so far. The new feature took effect yesterday, April 14, 2021, and is called ‘Second layer...
Scores of mobile money agents have questioned the motive of telecoms giant MTN Ghana in withholding their ‘operating cash’ for a month - over some perceived illegal transactions since the rolling-out of ID card verification for mobile money (MoMo) transactions. According to some of the agents who picketed in front...
The Ghana Chamber of Telecommunications (GCT) and the Financial Inclusion Forum Africa (FIF Africa) are organising the second edition of the Mobile Technology for Development Conference (MT4D) 2021 for April 20-21, 2021. The MT4D maiden conference was launched in 2020 by Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, and brought together stakeholders...
About a week ago, MTN started implementing “No Identity Card, No Momo.” This new policy by MTN Mobile Money Limited represents an attempt by the largest telecom operator to protect its numerous customers from fraud. We have all been aware of the avalanche of fraud activities which have been...
Translate »