The Radiation Protection Institute (RPI) led by Dr. Joseph Amoako and a fellow Scientist Mr. Philip Deatanyah, today paid a working visit to the Ghana Chamber of Telecommunications to discuss issues of mutual benefits.
The leadership of the Institute of ICT Professionals Ghana (IIPGH), Mr. David Gowu (Ag. Executive Director) and Mr. Richard Kafui (Director of Technology), today paid a courtesy call on the newly appointed CEO of the Chamber, Ing Kenneth Ashigbey.
Ghana’s early experience with mobile phones dates back to the early 1990s. Within a spate of about two decades, we were touted as one of the countries with the widest mobile penetration not only in Africa but the world at large.
The CEO of the Ghana Chamber of Telecommunications on Tuesday told a telecoms stakeholders forum that the cost of Internet services for end-users will drop when costs for service-providers and suppliers fall.