MTN Ghana has announced that data prices on its network will go up by an average of 15% due to increased operational costs, and customers will be updated on when the increases will happen.

Last November, MTN had already announced an increase in its Internet tariffs effective November 14, amid rising prices for goods and services, high inflation, and the depreciation of the cedi against the dollar. The company eventually postponed the tariff adjustment until further notice to allow for broader stakeholder alignment.

The increase in Internet tariffs is expected to help MTN Ghana generate more revenue from the high demand for broadband connectivity in the country. While this move should help the telecom operator reduce operational pressures, it could also slow down Internet consumption by its subscribers.


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