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NCA to regulate telecommunications

by The Ghana HIT

Following the withdrawal of an application that requested the Supreme Court to review a judgment that had declared Scancom Plc. (MTN-Ghana) a Significant Market Power (SMP) on October the 13th, the National Communications Authority (NCA) has laid off plans to begin regulating telecommunication companies.

The move by NCA to regulate telecommunications companies is reported to be an effort to bring in market share balance in their operations. In their framework to issue guidelines to telecommunication companies, NCP will grant some incentives to telecommunication companies operating in the country in a bid to create an enabling market environment for them.

Meanwhile, MTN Ghana Telecommunication Company spent a bit of the month of September in court challenging NCA’s decision that had intentions of limiting its dominance in service providing throughout the country market.

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