Togo and Ghana are working to resolve telecom interference issues at their border

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Monday, 11 February 2019 16:02
Togo and Ghana are working to resolve telecom interference issues at their border

(Togo First) - Togo and Ghana plan on collaborating to define a framework to use a spectrum of telecom frequencies at their common border.

Since last Thursday, a delegation from the Togolese telecommunications and post regulatory authority (ARTP) has been in Ghana to meet with officials of the National Communications Authority of Ghana (NCA).

This meeting aims at overcoming issues related to interferences in the radio spectrum along the Togo-Ghana border. This would help resolve problems like accidental roaming which generates additional costs for users living in the area.

Ghanaian operators, let’s recall, are losing users living near the border to Togolese operators, as network signal of the latter appears to be stronger in the area.

At the meeting, besides the two regulators, telecom services providers from both nations were also present.

Ayi Renaud Dossavi

 
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