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Vodafone ‘HealthLine App’ records over 10,000 downloads



By: Mathias Amoah

Barely after a month of launching ‘Heathline App to assist Ghanaians who will problem on health issues, Vodafone Ghana announced that more 10,000 times of the application has been already downloaded.
According to Vodafone, there is no doubt the app will be a tremendous success considering the smartphone penetration in the country.  
Senior Corporate Communications Manager, Gifty Bingley said Vodafone’s newest innovation drive to empower Ghanaians about their health is fast growing.
“We take healthcare serious, hence our commitment to ensure credible health information through the award winning television programme, Heallthline, and via the phone on Healthline 255,’ she noted.
Bingley said an application which is accessible by anyone, anywhere, is a natural progression to ensure “we are touching everyone and we are very pleased with the success recorded so far.”  
The App, which is available on Google play store for free, provides Ghanaians with real-time health information through smartphones and tablets no matter who, or where you are.
It also provides tips and facts on various health conditions; including HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, Retinal Migraines and Acne just to mention a few. It keeps users up-to-date on Vodafone Ghana’s award-winning television programme ‘HealthLine’, including viewing times, profiles of the doctors, and access to videos.

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