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Ghana: MTN increases prices of products and services

Telecom giant MTN Ghana is has announced price adjustments across its complete range of products and services.

According to a circular issued on November 24, 2023, to customers, MTN Ghana has announced that the new prices for calls, SMS, data, and other services will take effect from Tuesday, November 28, 2023.

MTN Ghana, identified as a Significant Market Power by the National Communications Authority, has attributed the upward adjustment in prices to escalating operational costs.

“Dear Valued Customer, kindly be informed that effective 28th November 2023, the prices of MTN products will be revised upwards due to increased operational costs. Continue enjoying our special offers on our network. Visit our website www.mtn.com.gh for more details. Thank you,” the company said.

Under the revised tariff structure, the 4.3-gigabyte Turbonet fixed bundle is now set at GHS43. Similarly, the 91-gigabyte bundle has been adjusted to GH₵253, and the 350-gigabyte bundle is currently priced at GH₵516.

MTN’s Broadband Special Bundles have also experienced upward adjustments. A fee of GH₵150 will now afford access to a 39-gigabyte bundle, while GH₵300 will provide users with a 195-gigabyte bundle.

With regard to the low-cost bundles, GH¢1 which could afford you 70.87MB worth of data in the past could only give you 35.57MB now.

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