Wireless Telecommunication Services
Company Overview of MTN Ghana Ltd
MTN Ghana Ltd. provides telecommunications services in Africa and the Middle East. It offers leased line services; virtual private network over mobile services; last mile access; Internet and messaging solutions; hosted messaging and collaboration; and data centre solutions, including co-location hosting services. The company also provides security solutions, such as vehicle tracking; calling and messaging solutions, including MTN audio conference; directory services; and voice SMS, staying in touch, roaming, and mobile money services. It serves small and medium enterprises; mining, health and wellness, financial services, and manufacturing and production corporations; and government/public ...
Plot # 17&19
10th - 12th Floor
6th Avenue, Ridge
Key Executives for MTN Ghana Ltd
Chief Finance Officer and Director
Chief Information Officer and Director
General Manager of Northern Business District
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
MTN Ghana Ltd Key Developments
MTN Ghana Launches MTN/Huawe Ascend Y220 Handset in Accra
Feb 13 14
MTN Ghana has announced the launch of MTN/Huawe Ascend Y220 Handset in Accra, noted that in many markets across the globe, data services had become increasingly important to socio-economic development.
MTN Ghana Announces Management Changes
Jul 24 13
Serame Taukobong, chief marketing officer of MTN SA, is the new CEO of MTN Ghana. Taukobong was appointed group marketing and sales executive for MTN International in 2002, after joining from M-Net Channels, where he was MD.
MTN Ghana Reports Earnings Results for the Full Year Ended December 31, 2012
Jun 3 13
MTN Ghana reported earnings results for the full year ended December 31, 2012. The company reported revenue of GHS 1.552 billion, up by 21.5% year on year from GHS 1.227 billion in 2011. The company's revenue growth was driven by rising demand for data services. The operator reported a 96.1% year on year increase in data revenues, which accounted for 8.1% of total revenues for the year. The company's EBITDA increased by 17.9% year on year in local currency, although EBITDA margin fell marginally to 37% from 38.1% in the previous year. Capital expenditure for 2012 was ZAR 1.091 billion, down significantly from ZAR 3.092 billion in 2010 but higher than ZAR 851 million in 2011.
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