Ghana ICT

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What are the primary issues that the Ghana National Single Window (GNSW) addresses?

 

As Ghana’s mobile telecoms market matures and incomes in the country rise, its telecoms companies are increasingly looking to boost mobile data volumes – a lucrative part of the market that is growing at double-digit rates. Data services could help bolster average revenue per user at a time when margins are under pressure from rising costs and...

 

Long one of the fastest-growing and most dynamic parts of the economy, Ghana’s telecoms sector is undergoing a transition towards increased data activity. Rising costs in the 27.9m-person country have forced operators to raise tariffs and intensify their efforts to develop growing streams of revenue, particularly data-intensive services. As...

 

An open economy, growing use of technology, political stability and location make Ghana a favourable centre for ICT development. For some time the country was not fully capitalising on these qualities, but recently its reputation as a start-up centre has risen.

 

What can be done to improve access to broadband networks and ICT, and to what extent are private sector players involved in developments?

 

As operators have looked to diversify product offerings in recent years, they have shown increasing interest in mobile banking and mobile money. Mobile money has become a way in which technology can allow frontier markets to reduce development disparities and improve financial inclusion. The most successful illustration of this is the M-Pesa...

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