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Mobile VAS providers welcome harmonization of short codes but…

Information reaching Simcardblog indicates that beginning January 1st 2015, all short codes used for mobile value added services (VAS) will be harmonized across all telecom networks, and the Wireless Application Services Providers Association of Ghana (WASPAG) say they are very glad about that because it will make life easier for them and their customers. 1,476 more words

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NCA moves to regulate telecom promotions

Ghana’s telecom industry regulator, National Communication Authority has drafted guidelines to regulate “all promotions and packaged services by telecom operators in the country.”

Copies of the Draft Guidelines have been submitted to all telcos in the country for their input and comments before it is finalized for implementation. 825 more words

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Globe opens retail store in Milan

Globe Telecom, Inc. (GLO) has opened its first overseas retail store in Milan, the company said in a statement released on Monday. The Ayala-controlled telco said in the statement that its maiden international is open Tuesdays to Sundays, offering products such as the Globe Italy SIM as well as prepaid cards in various denominations. 155 more words

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Ghana’s MVNO Candidates Roll Call

Ghana’s telecom industry will soon have MVNOs (mobile virtual network operators), which will be additional telecom operators issuing their own SIM cards with different brand names. 2,100 more words

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Nigerians Spend N602.6 Billion On Airtime In 5 Months

Nigerians reportedly spent N602.6 billion on airtime for their phones between January and May 2014, according to New Telegraph.

The figure was derived by analysis of the the subscriber data released monthly by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), and the current industry’s Average Revenue Per User (ARPU) provided by telecoms operators. 56 more words

BUSINESS

Say what!..Nigerians Spend N602.6 Billion on Airtime in 5 Months

So you think you are a poor Nigerian? You won’t believe how much you have been spending on purchasing recharge cards

Nigerians reportedly spent N602.6 billion on airtime for their phones between January and May 2014, according to New Telegraph. 108 more words

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Unified Telco customer service short codes starts today

Beginning today September 8, 2014, all mobile phone users in the country can access customer service from service providers through the additional harmonized short codes issued by industry regulator National Communication Authority (NCA). 263 more words

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