MTN Ghana has said it tariffs have been revised following the passage of the Communication Services Tax (Amendment) Act, 2020 (Act 1025).
In a statement issued by the telecommunication giant, MTN Ghana said the new tariffs reflect the 4 percent reduction in the Communication Services Tax.
“Tariffs for all voice calls, data and SMS have been amended to reflect the downward adjustment of the CST. In addition, MTN is giving a 5 percent bonus on all types of recharges including physical voucher, Mobile Money and EVD.”
According to MTN Ghana, the tariff adjustment took effect from the 15th of September, 2020.
The Corporate Services Executive of MTN Ghana, Samuel Koranteng said, “as a responsible corporate citizen, MTN has since the amendment of the of the law taken several steps to ensure customers enjoy the best of value propositions and enhanced experience on the network.”
He added that the adjustment will enable our customers to enjoy more talk time and browsing time for the same price of voucher or bundle they buy.
He explained that the percent bonus on every recharge can be used for all types of calls, SMS to all networks and also browse on the internet. The bonus on recharge is valid for a period of 7 days and is available until the 31st of December 2020.
Further to the enhanced voice and data values as well as the 5 percent bonus on recharge, customers will continue to enjoy the existing 100 percent Bonus on Recharge (BOR) done on the Electronic Voucher Device (EVD) and Mobile Money with a validity period of 7 days.
Also, customers who have been on the network for less than 6 months will continue to get 100 percent BOR on all airtime top-ups. 4G data bundle bonus remains the same. Again, 50 percent 4G bonus 25 percent data bonus on ‘Terrific Thursday’ offers are still available to customers.
MTN data bundle prices on TurboNet and Fibre Broadband bundles will remain unchanged even though customers will get more data volumes for their purchases.
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