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BusinessTelecel Ghana to formally replace Vodafone on February 28th

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Telecel Ghana to formally replace Vodafone on February 28th

Effective February 28, 2024, Ghana Telecommunications Company Limited (GTCL), formerly known as Vodafone Ghana, will rebrand to Telecel Ghana.

This decision stems from the approval granted by the National Communication Authority (NCA) for Telecel’s acquisition of Vodafone Ghana, with Telecel assuming a majority shareholder status.

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The Government of Ghana, represented by the State Interests and Governance Authority, holds a minority stake of 30% in Telecel.

Having operated under the Telecel brand for over a year, Vodafone Ghana currently commands an 18% share of the mobile telephony market.

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In a communication addressed to its customers, Patricia Obo-Nai, the Chief Executive Officer of Vodafone Ghana, stressed that the company’s registered name, Ghana Telecommunications Company Limited (GTCL), remains unchanged, retaining all licenses and regulatory approvals.

Vodafone Ghana expresses enthusiasm for this transition and anticipates maintaining seamless business operations, robust network connectivity, and elevated service standards for its valued customer base.

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Telecel Ghana, formerly known as Vodafone Ghana, will officially unveil its new brand on February 28th.

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