Accra

Accra, the capital of Ghana, is a friendly city of about three million people. Its architecture ranges from traditional African buildings to large, elegant colonial houses and modern high-rise blocks. Since the early 1990s, a number of new buildings have gone up, including the distinctive boat-shap...

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Nigeria’s Glo launches in Ghana

Nigerian-owned telecommunication giant Glo Mobile launched its services in Ghana on 29 April, becoming the sixth mobile provider to operate in the country after MTN, Vodafone, Tigo, Airtel and Express...
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Vodafone launches Ghana’s largest wi-fi zone

Telecommunications provider Vodafone Ghana has launched the nation's largest wi-fi zone at the Legon campus of the University of Ghana in the northern suburbs of Accra. The high-speed system is capabl...
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Ghana Post computerises its services

Ghana Post has computerised its services and is updating and reforming its infrastructure in the face of increasing competition from global integrated telecommunications and software technology, known...
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New telecommunications cable lands in Ghana

The West Africa Cable System (WACS), the largest capacity submarine cable on the west coast of the Africa continent, has landed in Ghana. Providing 5.12 terabytes per second, the move will offer a si...
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SIM card sales down in Accra

SIM card sales have declined in Accra since compulsory registration came into effect in the middle of June. As a result of a directive from the National Communications Authority all existing and new S...
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Fixed telephone numbers in Ghana change

A new telephone numbering plan came into effect in Ghana on 1 May to bring the country into line with international standards. Under the new system fixed-line telephone numbers have been standardis...
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Vodafone Ghana Foundation launched

Telecommunications operator Vodafone Ghana has launched a charity foundation to improve conditions for disadvantaged people in the country. The Vodafone Ghana Foundation will provide the technology an...
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Zain Ghana causes controversy.

Mobile telecommunications company Zain Ghana has come under fire for allegedly desecrating a cemetery in the Osu traditional area in the capital. Local news sources report that tombs have been flatten...
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Vodafone and Nokia expand in Ghana.

Vodafone is carrying out a major expansion drive in Ghana less than two months after taking over the country
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Vodafone to control Ghana Telecom.

Vodafone is to buy a controlling share in Ghana Telecom for US$900 million. The purchase, which still needs the backing of Ghana
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FonTV launches in Ghana.

Ghanaians can now watch television on their mobile phones following the launch of Africa
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