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NCA must ensure telecommunication networks provide quality services – Minister

Mr Haruna Iddrisu, Minister of Communications, on Friday called on the National Communications Authority (NCA) to ensure that all telecommunication networks provided quality services. Mr Iddrisu made the call in Bolgatanga when he visited the Upper East Region to create awareness on Electro Magnetic Fields (EMF) exposure and its effect …

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Installation of Telecom masts has no health implications – Mr Iddrisu

Mr  Haruna Iddrisu, Minister of Communication,  on Wednesday said the level of radiation frequency emission from telecommunication masts fields and mobile phone sites have not proven to have any health hazards on human beings. In a keynote address at a public education forum, in Bolgatanga, on Electromagnetic fields (EMF) from …

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MTN Ghana official appointed CEO, MTN Liberia

Mr. Mazen Mroue of MTN Ghana has been appointed the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of MTN Liberia. Until his recent position, Mr Mroue was the Chief Information Officer at MTN Ghana. “The Chief Information Officer (CIO) of MTN Ghana Mr. Mazen Mroue has been appointed as the Chief Executive …

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Communications Minister urges NCA to sanction telecom operators for low quality services

Mr Haruna Iddrisu, the Minister for Communications, has called on the National Communications Authority to sanction mobile telecommunications network operators in the Upper West Region for rendering low quality services to their subscribers. He said though he spent just some few hours in the region, he had already observed that …

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Mahama launches Glo 1 fibre-optic cable

Vice President John Dramani Mahama  at the weekend launched the services of Glo 1 submarine fibre-optic cable linking Ghana to the rest of the world expressing the hope that it would help deepen service delivery. He said: “It is our hope that it will improve our financial services, improve the …

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Vodafone Ghana considered selling fixed line part of business – Report

Vodafone Ghana is reported to have at a point considered selling the fixed line part of its business. According to a report by South Africa based ITWeb news an official of Vodafone Ghana said the company had considered selling the fixed network part of its business, but did not say …

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Pensioners asked to switch to E-zwich

The Manager of the Gomoa Rural Bank at Apam, Mr Joseph Nyanyi, has appealed to pensioners to switch to E-zwich because of its advantages. He said Ghana is moving from paper money transaction to electronic money transaction and this makes the holder of E-Zwich easy to transact business. Mr Nyanyi …

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uniBank Ghana first to issue bank statements on mobile phones

uniBank Ghana Ltd., has become the first bank in Ghana to offer extensive banking statements via the mobile, according to Temenos Group AG, a Geneva-based banking software company. Temenos says in a statement that it has provided the software known as ARC Mobile, a multi-mobile channel solution, to uniBank, and …

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Takoradi Polytechnic admission goes online

Prospective candidates applying for admission into Takoradi Polytechnic during the 2011/12 academic year will have to do so via the internet (www.tpoly.edu.gh), the first such automated admission process in a polytechnic in the country. By this feat, Takoradi Polytechnic has joined the league of tertiary institutions in the country which …

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