MTN seeks to go into a partnership agreement with other 4G players in the country barely a year after they acquired the license to operate in 4G.
The telecoms market leader was the only company which won one of the two 800MHz spectrum slots at US$67.5million on December 2, 2015.
Four companies (including MTN) paid  a non-refundable fee of GHC250, 000 each to participate in an auction for that spectrum pair, but the other three did not even show up so MTN became a default winner of one.
With an initial investment of US$18 million for 2016 alone, MTN has spread its 4G services across all Regional Capitals in the country.
Whereas MTN boasts of having “the widest 4G coverage in Ghana, and one of the widest in Africa in less than one year”, the company said it is already talking partnership with all the Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) license holders who also offer 4G LTE services on the 2600MHz spectrum band.
According to Adom News, Surfline have confirmed talks with MTN over a partnership deal.
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