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MTN hosts IT students




By: Mathias Amoah, Daily Express

MTN Ghana has played host to over 2,000 students from tertiary, first and second cycle institutions since the establishment of its data and switch centers in the country.

The switch and data center is where equipment that enable MTN subscribers to originate and terminate calls and send and receive text messages are housed.

The host form part of MTN initiative to explain the workings of mobile networks to future leaders of this country.

In March this year, MTN hosted IT students from New Life International School, a private school located at Suame in the Ashanti Region. MTN engineers explained the process of working of the network and ICT infrastructure to the students. 

Mr. Enoch Tetteh, IT Instructor at New Life International School who led the students expressed appreciation to MTN for the in-depth knowledge shared with the students. “MTN is indeed the leader in ICT services,” he commented.

The company said it will continue to lead the delivery of a bold new digital world.

MTN Ghana is the market leader in the increasingly competitive mobile telecommunications industry in Ghana, offering subscribers a range of exciting options under Pay Monthly and Pay As You Go Services. 

The company has committed itself to delivering reliable and innovative services that provide value for subscribers in Ghana’s telecommunications market. 

MTN has continuously invested in expanding and modernizing its network since its entry into Ghana in 2006. Total investments from 2006 till date are about GHc1.9 billion. 

MTN has the widest 2G coverage across the length and breadth of Ghana and the widest 3G coverage in 170 districts across the country. The company has also built three modern Switch and Data centers to deliver stable, reliable, efficient and robust Telecom and Data Services to customers.

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