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Edel Technology nominated IT consulting firm of the year

The CEO of Edel Technologies; Ethel Cofie

Edel Technology consulting has been nominated as the IT consulting firm of the year in the upcoming Ghana Information Technology and Telecom Awards (GITTA). The GITTA awards is the only awards in Ghana which recognizes excellence in the ICT industry. It is the most respected awards that celebrates excellence in innovation, product development and service delivery. EDEL Technology Consulting is ...

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MTN CEO clarifies stance on OTT calls regulation

CEO MTN Ghana,

The Chief Executive Officer of MTN Ghana, Mr. Ebenezer Twum Asante has clarified his position on Over -The-Top (OTT ) calls reiterating the need to regulate and not ban it. Debunking some media reports which suggested that MTN was calling for a ban on OTT calls, Mr. Asante rather explained that there must be a proper regulation of the platform ...

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NCA denies reports on banning Whatsapp, skype calls

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The National Communications Authority (NCA) has denied reports that it is considering banning over- the- top calls in the country. The NCA contends that the contents of the press statement it issued on the matter have been taken out of context. A statement copied to Citi Business News also indicated that the issue is an emerging trend and needs to ...

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MTN holds 17th Executive Breakfast Meeting (photos)

Robin Banks

MTN Ghana has held its 17th Business Executive Breakfast Meeting for clients and business partners of the company. This year’s edition hosted International Speaker and Mind Power Expert, Robin Banks, who spoke on the theme, “Developing the Power of the Mind for Success”. Robin Banks is a highly sought after international speaker and has spoken to CEO’s and Senior Management ...

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Social media calls ripping off telcos , govt—MTN CEO

CEO MTN Ghana,

The Chief Executive Officer of MTN Ghana, Ebenezer Twum Asante has called on the National Communications Authority(NCA) to work on regulating  Over-The-Top (OTT) calls made through social media networks such as whatsapp to stop the increasing loss of revenue suffered by telcos and government. Whatsapp, which was acquired by Facebook for 19billion US dollars in 2014 is reported to have ...

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IPR—Ghana visits new MTN headoffice (photos)

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The Institute of Public Relations(IPR)-Ghana has visited the ultra modern office of MTN located at Ridge in Accra.   The visit is part of the institute’s move to strengthen its relationship with the company.     The executives of IPR-Ghana were received by the CEO of MTN, Mr. Ebenezer  Twum Asante.   – By: Lawrence Segbefia /citibusinessnews.com/Ghana

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Tell Ghanaians our good initiatives—MTN to professional bodies

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The Chief Executive Officer of MTN, Mr. Ebenezer  Twum Asante has appealed to the Institute of Public Relations(IPR)-Ghana,  and other professional bodies to help educate the public on the importance  of multinational companies to the Ghanaian economy. According to him, even though companies such as MTN and other multinational companies are helping the economy by employing Ghanaians, they are often ...

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Expresso risks collapse over lack of innovation – Analyst

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Players within the telecom industry say Expresso Telecom risks folding up if it fails to find an investor soon. According to telecom analyst, Fouad Chalabi, that the lack of change in technology from Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) to Global System for Mobile communication (GSM), is also a contributing factor to the difficulties the company is facing. His comment comes ...

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Vodafone bemoans loss of GHS1.5m in cable theft

Corporate Communications Manager of Vodafone, Mr. Ebenezer Amankwa

Vodafone Ghana has bemoaned an increase in cable theft on its operations, which has caused the company to lose 1.5 million cedis in 2015. As a result of this, the company has announced a tightening of  security around its underground cables to avert further disruptions to its operations. Speaking to Citi Business News in an interview, the Corporate Communications Manager ...

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