Skip to main content

MTN Ghana records 11 millionth subscribers

Mobile Telecommunication Network (MTN), the number one mobile telecom services provider in the country has achieved another distinct milestone in the industry when it recorded 11 million subscribers last week.
And to celebrate this, the company has lined up a host of activities to reward its subscribers. The celebration dubbed “Raining 11 on MTN” will reward all 11 million subscribers with freebies across the various services offered by MTN.
As part of the celebration, all subscribers will be able to make 11 minutes of free calls over the next two months, while data users will get 50% bonus on all data bundles purchased and 20% discount on pay- as- you -go.
Retailers of MTN products and services will also be recognized for activating new subscribers unto the MTN network.
Other packages include the giveaway of airtime on selected radio stations across the country. In this offer, the recharge numbers will be mentioned and the fastest finger to load them gets the airtime for free.
Since its entry into the Ghana’s telecom market, MTN has made significant investments in the deployment of state-of-the-art infrastructure aimed at delivering innovative world class telecommunications services to its subscribers. The company has also shown consistent commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities. As a result, MTN has won massive subscriber loyalty.
Announcing the new milestone, the Chief Executive Officer of MTN Ghana, Michael Ikpoki expressed MTN’s excitement at achieving this significant milestone, 10 months after the company celebrated its 10 millionth subscriber based.
“We at MTN are proud of the confidence our valued subscribers and the Ghanaian public have reposed in us. We shall continue to maintain and extend our relentless tradition and culture of pursuing excellence as we celebrate this milestone by thinking ahead of our customers and in foreseeing their needs, and strategically setting our minds on unveiling a new era in the field of telecommunication in Ghana”, he said.
MTN has been emphasizing on focusing our team on delivering customer needs and ‘customer first’ strategy and this milestone is the fruit of that strategy. We view this 11 Millionth Milestone not only as a recognition of our corporate values of Leadership, Integrity, Relationship, Innovation and Can- Do  but also, as a testimony of our strong brand value  and image.
The ceremony was also used to launch the second edition of the MTN Data Month, dubbed i-FEST. The Chief Marketing Officer (CMO), Rahul De, said, “Internet usage is increasingly becoming the vogue of our society, voice seems to have peaked at over 90% and creating exciting packages for data is the most appropriate route presently and at MTN we continue to develop relevant products and services that will allow easy access to the internet”. “MTN is dedicated to offering exciting & engaging, simple and customer friendly data services”, he added.

He assured subscribers that MTN will explore the most advanced technologies in their operations to ensure the provision of quality services to satisfy customer needs.


Popular posts from this blog

Deputy AG sues Facebooker over 'malicious' Ameri deal

The Deputy Attorney-General and Member of Parliament for Bolgatanga East, Mr Dominic Ayine has filed a defamation suit at an Accra High Court against a Facebook commentator, Evron Hughes.
In Mr Ayine’s statement of claim, sighted by Graphic Online, he accused Mr Hughes of defaming him in a post he authored and published on Facebook on December 21, 2015, titled “RE: AMERI TRANSACTION”.
According to the Deputy A-G, the “false and malicious” post has provoked “public disaffection” against him and exposed him to public ridicule and contempt.
Describing Mr Hughes as a “self-styled social media blogger and a social commentator”, Mr Ayine said the Facebook post had brought his hard-won reputation “as a respected politician, teacher and lawyer” into “hatred, ridicule, odium, discredit, contempt, opprobrium and reproach”.
The Deputy A-G said the “defamatory words” were authored with the sole intent to reduce him in the estimation of all right thinking Ghanaians, adding that he had received numerou…

PIAC told to go to court to enforce recommendations

By: Fred Yaw Sarpong

The Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC), the mandated body to monitor the use of Ghana’s oil revenues has been asked to go to court to seek strict compliance of the laws covering accountability of oil funds in the country.

According to Dr. Steve Manteaw, the Campaign Coordinator for ISODEC and a member of the PIAC , it’s time for PIAC as a body to consider going to court to compel institutions responsible for managing Ghana’s oil revenue to answers some questions concerning the expenditure of oil funds.

He pointed out that there are several recommendations made by the PIAC in its past reports on management of petroleum revenues, and a lot of these recommendations has received no positive response from the institutions concerned.

He disclosed this to the Daily Express at a three-day workshop on Interrogating the 2016 Semi Annual PIAC Report at Koforidua in the Eastern Region.

The workshop was organized by the Institute of Financ…

Graphic Communication Group staffs petition GJA Election Dispute Adjudication Committee

Some staffs of the Graphic Communications Group have petition the Election Dispute Adjudication Committee of the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) concerning their grievances covering issues affecting the association.
The staffs of the company seeks some clarification on the mandate of the current executives of the association.

Dear Sir,
We the undersigned write to place before you our grievances covering issues affecting the Ghana Journalist Association, and we hasten to add that our grievances are placed before you in furtherance of our constitutional duty under Article 11 (e) of the 2004 Constitution of the Ghana Journalists Association.
We first of all seek clarification on the mandate of the current executives of the Association to be in office and take decisions to affect the wellbeing and welfare of the Associ…