Cellular operator MTN Ghana has announced plans to invest USD134 million this year to expand its infrastructure as it targets eleven million subscribers by year-end, up from the end-2011 total of 10.2 million. Michael Ikpoki, the chief executive officer of MTN Ghana, said the company has initiated key infrastructure investment to support voice quality, capacity and data growth, GhanaWeb reports. MTN recently saw its share of Ghana’s fiercely competitive wireless sector slip below 50% for the first time, with Vodafone, Tigo, Airtel and Expresso also fighting for market share.
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