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Tips to avoid Mobile Money fraud

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Mobile money fraud has in recent times heightened with unsuspecting individuals been swindled by fraudsters. Statistics show that at least 50 percent of Mobile Money subscribers have either experienced one form of fraud or have been a target from Mobile Money fraudsters. Here are some few tips to help avert Mobile Money fraud. Never disclose your secret pin to anybody, ...

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Increasing Mobile Money fraud scares Ghanaians

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Ghanaians are getting worried over the increasing cases of Mobile Money fraud in the country. The issue is said to threaten the growth of the industry as well as financial inclusion. Some victims of Mobile Money fraud who narrated their ordeal to Citi Business News expressed worry over the canker. A victim who was swindled of GH¢1, 000 tells Citi ...

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NCA approves Airtel,Tigo merger

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The National Communications Authority has given approval for the merger between Bharti Ghana Limited (Airtel) and Millicom Ghana Limited (Tigo) to proceed subject to some conditions. A statement from the NCA and copied to Citi Business News indicated that the merger will result in an entity which will be the second largest mobile network operations in the country. The merger, ...

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Vodafone welcomes proposed Airtel-Tigo merger 


Vodafone Ghana has welcomed the merger between Airtel and Tigo saying it will create healthy competition in the telecom industry. The assertion comes after the NCA gave Airtel and Tigo conditional approval for the merger. Although Vodafone admits that the merger will improve delivery to great internet services, it believes the move will also attract good competition among telecom operators ...

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Tigo & Airtel get green light for merger


Telecom operators Airtel and Tigo have been given approval by the National Communications Authority (NCA) for their planned merger. The two entities officially announced the decision to merge in March 2017. The NCA a few weeks back in a response to an email request from Citi Business News, had said that  the two networks were yet to get approval because ...

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NCA denies new ownership of Expresso


The National Communications Authority (NCA) has dismissed reports of a new ownership for Expresso. According to the regulator, it has not received any request indicating a change in ownership of the telecom company. The comments from the NCA was in a response to an email from Citi Business News seeking confirmation or otherwise to media reports that there is going ...

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Expresso restricts interference from Prince Kludjeson, others

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Managers of Expresso have issued a statement restricting any interference in the operations of the company by some thirteen defendants in a court case that placed an interlocutory injunction on such persons. A letter addressed to the General Manager of Kasapa Telecom Limited, Mr. Frederick Quainoo said the defendants, including Mr. Prince Kofi Kludjeson and their agents, servants and assigns ...

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NCA yet to approve Tigo, Airtel merger

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The proposed merger between Airtel and Tigo is expected to linger until such a time that the two companies complete the necessary regulatory processes with the National Communications Authority (NCA). The two entities officially announced the decision to merge in March 2017. But latest information from the NCA indicates that the process is yet to be completed, six months after ...

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NCA not likely to reduce cost of 4G license

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The National Communications Authority (NCA) has told Citi Business News it is open for negotiations with prospective buyers of the second 4G spectrum license. The CEO of the NCA, Joe Anokye explains that the outfit will abide by best practices in the sale of the license. Telecommunication companies have complained about the high cost of the spectrum. They argue that ...

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Glo offices opened after settling tax arrears


The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) has reopened Glo Ghana’s Industrial Area office after it was closed down in July 2017 for failing to pay taxes. The office was closed down following the telecom company’s failure to pay taxes since 2016. The Head of the Task Force at the GRA, Henry Bradford Sam confirmed the reopening to Citi Business News on ...

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