The government Asked MTN To Reduce Their Talk-Time Further On Customers Recharge.

The government Asked MTN To Reduce Their Talk-Time Further On Customers Recharge.

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It seems the government believe Ghanaians are talking too much on the phone or

Probably, the government want more Talk-Time tax when the citizens purchase extra call credit.

Even though MTN has been compelled in the past to reduce the number of minutes allocated for their mashup from 306 minutes to 125 minutes for the same Ghc10, it seems the worse is yet to happen.

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The government, through the regulator, has asked MTN to reduce by 80% the talk-time allocated to customers, to 20%.

Customers of MTN Ghana will have to pay more to make the same minutes of call after the Government through the regulator, asked the Telecom service provider to reduce the number of minutes allocated to customers on a “free after 1minute” product from more than one (1) hour talk-time to just ten (10) minutes. Below is the notification from MTN

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“Dear Valued Customer, in line with a regulatory directive, kindly be informed that effective 1/10/22, the Free After 1 subscription will allow you to call ALL local networks at 0.301 for the first minute and enjoy up to 10 free minutes in addition. Dial *550# to enjoy amazing offers from MTN. Click www.mtn.com.gh for more info. Ts & Cs apply.”

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