The Chief Executive Officer of Ghana Chamber of Telecommunications, Dr. Ing. Kenneth Ashigbey believes the September 30, 2022 deadline for SIM re-registration will be enough as long as government “takes some serious steps.”
MTN Ghana is urging its customers to take advantage of over 6,735 community registration points created to have their biometric data captured and register their SIM cards as the July 31 deadline draws near.
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AirtelTigo Management Team has informed its customers that the AirtelTigo money services have been restored across the country.
The telecom company in a release stated that “the unfortunate system outage that started in the late hours of 23rd July 2022 was resolved earlier today.”
“We are aware of the inconvenience this may have caused our valued customers. AirtelTigo extends its gratitude to all its customers and ATMoney agents for their patience whilst our engineering teams worked round the clock to restore the service.”
According to the release “while the service has come up, we [AirtelTigo] are aware that some customers have discrepancies with their balances.”
AirtelTigo, therefore, assured all its affected customers that this is a temporary issue, that their correct balances will reflect soon, and no customer will lose any amount of money in the process.
“Once again, the Management Team of AirtelTigo apologises for all the inconveniences this disruption has caused individuals and businesses throughout the country.”
For more information, customers are advised to contact our call centre on 100 or reach AirtelTigo through our other customer care channels.