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Tigo launches 3.5G Internet

Millicom Ghana Limited operators of the Tigo mobile network, on Friday launched its 3.5G Internet broadband facility, promising to offer fastest Internet service wherever and whenever. The new 3.5G Internet facility has the capacity to provide data services at a faster speed and ensure a new mobile experience for Tigo …

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E-waste is menace to environment – Mahama

Vice President John Dramani Mahama, on Thursday stressed the need for developing countries to adopt a technology that would assist them dispose off their Information Communication Technology (ICT) equipment properly. He said e-waste had become a menace to the ICT industry as many of these equipment ended up in water …

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Airtel goes on float to welcome Mobile Number Portability

Airtel Ghana, a mobile communication network on Thursday organised a float through the principal streets of Accra to mark the launch of Mobile Number Portability (MNP) in the country. The float, which was also held in Kumasi, Tamale and Takoradi simultaneously, is aimed at educating the public on the MNP, …

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Communication service providers urged to improve upon quality of service

A United Nations On-line Volunteer, Mr Rui Oliveira, has urged communication service providers in the country to improve upon quality of service to customers. Mr Oliveira, who is an information communication technology (ICT) consultant, said the development of the nation depended to a large extent on ICT services; therefore it …

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Ecobank launches Omni Electronic Banking Platform

Ecobank, the pan-African Bank, on Tuesday launched an internet based cash management application targeted at corporate clients to enable them make multi financial transactions. Dubbed, “Ecobank Omni Electronic Banking Platform”, the capital management solution provides reliable, real-time, single access and covers the complete cash cycle. Speaking at the launch, Mr …

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Ghanaian consumer electronics company launches product

A Ghanaian consumer electronics company, Emperor Electronic System Ltd, on Tuesday launched the “U-Teach Africa Project” to offer solutions that complement the efforts of government to provide education and training to reduce illiteracy and poverty. A press release signed by Mr Derrick Kwesi Nartey, Managing Director, said the company had …

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