Vodafone in Ghana is one of the latest additions to Vodafone Group Plc, the world's leading mobile telecommunications company. This follows the successful acquisition of 70% shares in Ghana Telecommunications Company (GT) for $900 million dollars by Vodafone International Plc on July 23, 2008.
Vodafone Group Plc is making significant in-roads in Africa and currently operates in Kenya, South Africa, Tanzania and Mozambique. It has significant presence in Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific and the United States through the company's subsidiary undertakings, joint ventures, associated undertakings and investments.
Vodafone Group has more than 315 million customers, excluding paging customers, calculated on a proportionate basis in accordance with its percentage interest in these ventures. Operational in 31 countries, the company is ranked among the top 10 global companies by market capitalization.
Vodafone has a unique portfolio of products and services. We provide you with high speed access to the internet, mobile services and fixed lines.
The company applies the latest industry technology and is keen on building the most versatile network. We go the extra mile to ensure that services on your mobile handset enable you to go out and conduct your business or have fun in the most enjoyable and relaxing manner. We indeed add value to your lifestyle.
We are the market leader in providing broadband services which are among the most competitive in the market.
The company has a deep sense of social responsibility. We do this through responsible employee volunteerism, providing access to communication in deprived communities and investing hundreds of thousands of cedis through the Vodafone Ghana Foundation in social causes.
Excellent customer care is one of our strengths and we pride ourselves in being the only telecommunications company in Ghana with as many customer service points - situated to meet you at your point of need.
Our promise to Ghana is to offer quality service on our network and ensure that you have value for your money.
The company was established after World War II as a wing of the then Post and Telecommunications Corporation. In order for the company to function as a commercially viable entity, it was split into two autonomous divisions by the government of Ghana, Ghana Postal Services and Ghana Telecom.
Two years later, GT was privatized to G-Com Ltd and subsequently contracted to Telenor Management Partners (TMP) of Norway to manage. A Ghanaian management team then took over the affairs prior to Vodafone’s acquisition.