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MTN drives data penetration

 

MTN, the country’s biggest telecom company has strategised to drive Internet and data penetration in the country at a faster rate.  Consequently, the company has deployed 21 megabyte per second (MBPS) data services to enhance customer experience and test what it described as its “next-generation of ultra-high speed connectivity of 42 MBPS”.

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MTN, tiGO punished for poor service

 

The National Communications Authority (NCA) has turned the heat on mobile phone operators for poor quality service. Last August, the regulator had cause to sanction MTN for service disruptions within some parts of Accra. The sanctions were in the form of a compensation package to affected subscribers, totalling over GH¢2 million.

 
 
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Samsung Africa welcomes BBM

 

 
 
The mobile social networking application, BBM, is now available on Android smartphones, including Samsung, with effect from September 21. 
Samsung confirmed that BBM, which used to be limited to Blackberry smartphones, would be available as a free download for Samsung GALAXY smartphones across Africa from the Google Play store.
 
 
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