Network challenges: We’re sorry – MTN

Telecommunication network company MTN has apologised for the network challenges being experienced by a cross-section of subscribers across the country. The disruption in service according to the telecom company is as a result of multiple fibre cuts in five locations on two separate routes including “our additional protection on two other third-party fibre” MTN in a statement said its engineers are working hard to repair the cuts and subscribers will be notified as soon as it is resolved...


Telecommunication network company MTN has apologised for the network challenges being experienced by a cross-section of subscribers across the country.

The disruption in service according to the telecom company is as a result of multiple fibre cuts in five locations on two separate routes including “our additional protection on two other third-party fibre”

MTN in a statement said its engineers are working hard to repair the cuts and subscribers will be notified as soon as it is resolved.

Source: Ghana/ClassFMonline.com/91.3FM



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