Monday, 23 April 2018

Millicom, Airtel merge in Ghana to become number two player

By Total Telecom staff
Friday 03 March 17

Combined operations will serve more than a quarter of Ghana's mobile customers, according to NCA.

Ghana's third and fourth largest mobile operators on Friday announced their intention to merge to become the market's number two player. Millicom and Bharti Airtel will combine their Ghanaian businesses, which use the Tigo and Airtel brands respectively, to create an operator serving more than a quarter of the country's mobile subscribers…

Ghana's third and fourth largest mobile operators on Friday announced their intention to merge to become the market's number two player. Millicom and Bharti Airtel will combine their Ghanaian businesses, which use the Tigo and Airtel brands respectively, to create an operator serving more than a quarter of the country's mobile subscribers…

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