The award, conferred by the Africa Telecom People (ATP), was based on the effective use of new and advanced technology such as 3.5G networks in the telecommunications sector within the regulator’s jurisdiction, while taking into consideration the nature of relationship between the operators and the regulators.
Presenting the award to the NCA at a short ceremony in Accra, Mr Serge Patrick Sery, the Commercial Director of the SAFEP Communication, owners of ATP, congratulated the NCA on winning the award, which was one of the most competitive categories.
ATP was established in 2004 as an assurance body for the performance of African telecommunication professionals.
It is the pan-African body that acknowledges the merits of telecom actors, within the dynamics of development of the continent.
ATP was created by the pan-African telecom magazine, Réseau Telecom Network (RTN), the first French-speaking Pan-African magazine which specialises in technologies used in the ICT sector.
The magazine gives in-depth analyses of global offers, information on latest technological innovations and on actors of the telecom sector. It is distributed in 18 African countries and France.
Commenting on the award, the Deputy Director of Consumer and Corporate Affairs Division of NCA, Mr Mawuko Zormelo, said the NCA was inspired by the award and it would continue its good work to enhance the growth of the telecom sector in the country.
Source: Daily Graphic