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Glo Mobile wins Ghana's sixth mobile licence

Monday 16 June 2008 | 13:25 CET | News
Nigerian mobile operator Globacom has been awarded a licence to become Ghana's sixth mobile operator. Globacom said the Ghanaian National Communications Authority (NCA) told its board via letter that its Glo Mobile Ghana unit had been declared the winner of the international contest in Ghana, report Nigerian newspapers. The NCA picked Glo Mobile as the preferred bidder because of the superiority of its technical presentation, pedigree and extensive roll-out plan, the company said. The development came barely two weeks after Globalcom launched its commercial mobile services in neighboring

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Countries: Ghana
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hui de final network is in haha,globacom
jordan dela @ 12/1/2012 - 10:47

Thank God Glo has finally been signed.I will also be of great help if i am recruited.I am a journalist n have also worked in one of the network companies in Ghana.I will be wait'n for your call on 0243723151.I'm looking forward to hearing from u.Glo, me ma mo akwaaba!
Samuel Gambrah @ 26/11/2011 - 17:49

I can't wait to switch to my new lover..........GLO
Gabriel Lamptey @ 27/9/2011 - 15:04

As glo aiming at 2 million customers in gh. I will be of great help if am recruit,cos am a continous student at kumasi polytechnic offering barchelor of science computerized accounting third yr. I can win a lot of students to subscribe or patronize ur product if am given massive support from glo.am passionate and praying for ur success in gh.
Godwin Oppong @ 2/5/2011 - 10:30

when is glo recruiting. let me be part of your family. am a young graduate from university of cape coast. i pursued bachelor of management studies.
bernard abeeku-frempong @ 20/4/2011 - 16:43

It the best thing that can happen to Ghaanaians for glo to come to Ghana but i hope you will hit Sunyani grounds soon (AKWAABA)
Emmanuel Dzameshie @ 19/4/2011 - 13:36

Ghanaian s can't wait to have glo operate Ghana. there have been several other operators who pretend to serve us. but with the track record of glo in Nigeria. we are convinced that glo will definitely become the darling of Ghanaian in the telecommunication industry. please come we can't wait. you are keeping too long.we are just missing uuuuuuuu!!!!!
Daniel Kilonleeb Kombat @ 18/4/2011 - 10:24

it a great news to coz we are bored with the kind of service we get from the existing networks. congrats to GLO GHANA YOU ARE WELLCOME (AKWABA)
SELINA BUDUA QUAINOO @ 8/4/2011 - 15:12

We can't wait to experience another level of communication technology. hurry JTB MANAGING DIRECTOR
Teddy Smart @ 12/2/2011 - 07:49

i wish glo hits 5.5 million customers within the first three years
eric boadi @ 1/12/2010 - 13:11

Please i have a product plane which can over ride all the network in Africa and i kindly write to Glo network in Nigeria about this plane and i hope if this my plane is consided then i will give Glo only two years to capture the whole Africa continent and this product plane will be very suitable for Africans and all banks and other companies as well.I will be very happy if am contacted for the details of the product plane.Thanks for your quick respond.
BRIGHT LUTHER - ADJA- @ 18/11/2010 - 04:28

Can u pls offer me employment. Thanks very much
Tracy Okwei @ 26/10/2010 - 12:43


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