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Telecommunication in Ghana President Mahama asks telecoms to improve service

President Mahama made the call when he joined Telecom giant MTN Ghana to inaugurate the company's new multimillion dollar headquarters in Accra.

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President Mahama has urged Telecommunications networks operating in the country to improve on the quality of service they offer to their customers. play

President Mahama has urged Telecommunications networks operating in the country to improve on the quality of service they offer to their customers.


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President Mahama said Wednesday that Telecommunications networks operating in the country must work to improve on the quality of service they offer to their customers.

President Mahama made the call when he joined Telecom giant MTN Ghana to inaugurate the company's new multimillion dollar headquarters in Accra.

"Ghanaians have followed the phenomenal growth of mobile and IT services and developed a huge appetite for quality and reliable services over a relatively short period. Service providers must therefore meet the demands of subscribers and reduce call drop rate, fix competitive price , deliver premium , quality data services and provide exceptional consumer service," he said.

President Mahama commended MTN for its contribution to the growth of the Telecom sector.

According to him, government would continue to provide entrepreneurial skills that would benefit both public and private sectors .

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The President urged the management of MTN to use their newly acquired 4 G network to the benefit of all Ghanaians.

"We are witnessing more software been developed  locally by Ghanaian youths. MTN Ghana is the latest  to acquire a 4G license. It is my hope that you'll bring wide experience to bear and reach, deploy your 4G services to the benefit of Ghanaians across the country," he said.

President Mahama also praised the company for deciding to localise 35 percent of the company's shares.

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