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Vodafone launches “stock and win” promotion

Management of Vodafone on Monday launched a “stock big, grow big, win big” promotion to enhance the businesses of its retail customers. Under the promotion, from now until September, this year, every GH¢20 worth of Vodafone mobile top up…

Global Internet speed to slow down- Study

Global Internet users would be confronted with a challenge that experts say would make the use of the Internet difficult. The Internet is expected to slow down, as the number of users around the world grows, a study has said. The growing…

Vodafone denies allegations of cheating

Major Albert Don-Chebe (RTD), Head of Corporate Communications, Vodafone Ghana, on Friday denied knowledge of any Nigerian company called Telegennica, alleged to be employing local contractors to install masts for Vodafone. Maj. Don-Chebe…

MultiChoice partners Afric Xpress on electronic payment

Multichoice Ghana has partnered with Afric Xpress to introduce the ‘txtNpay’ electronic payment system to DStv subscriber which has enhanced the ease of payment of DStv subscription. Mr. Aaron Ampofo, Operations Manager, MultiChoice Ghana…

Google search engine in Akan

The world number one search engine, Google has scored another first. Google has added an Akan version to its search engine on the Ghana page. I was browsing Google Wednesday morning July 1, 2009, which is Republic Day in the country and…

Firefox faces new challengers as 3.5 is launched

A funny thing to happened to Firefox on the way to vanquishing Internet Explorer: the Mozilla browser's success opened the door for a host of its other competitors. Even as Internet Explorer's market share has slipped--down a dramatic 8…

Ghana ranked 102 in Global Competitive Report

Ghana is ranked at 102 0ut of 134 countries in the Global Competitiveness Report for 2008, in spite of the fact that labour cost in the country is low.  And businesses in the country are considered ‘factor driven’ rather than technology…

How mobile phones are getting into rural radio

A little over a year ago I found myself sitting in the San Francisco offices of an international humanitarian NGO (nongovernmental organization). Their main focus at the time was a major human-rights treaty, and they wanted advice about…

US Senate postpones transition to digital TV

The Senate on Monday voted unanimously to postpone the upcoming transition from analog to digital television broadcasting by four months to June 12 — setting the stage for Congress to pass the proposal as early as Tuesday. Monday's Senate…