Vodafone Ghana

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Vodafone Ghana
Private
Industry Telecommunication
Headquarters Accra, Ghana
Key people
Yolanda Cuba, CEO
Number of employees
Approx. 1000
Website www.vodafone.com.gh

.[1]Vodafone Ghana is an operating company of Vodafone Plc., one of the world’s leading and valuable global brands. Vodafone Ghana is a total communications solutions provider, offering mobile, fixed lines, internet, voice and data in Ghana. Currently. It is the leader and the company of choice for most Ghanaians.

Since it started operating in Ghana in 2008, Vodafone has redefined telecommunications in the country. Vodafone is credited with championing a number of ‘firsts’ in the industry including the introduction of Ghana’s first integrated bundle, Vodafone RED; the multiple award winning television show, Healthline TV programme and a music talent reality show, *Icons*.

These innovative and pioneering initiatives have won the company numerous awards. Vodafone Ghana in 2009 also established the Vodafone Ghana Foundation, the charitable arm of the business. The Foundation's mandate is to use technology in transforming various communities in the Ghanaian society. Additionally, it is also responsible for carving out interventions that deliver social change in Ghana.

Vodafone Ghana has a specialist business unit known as Vodafone Business Solutions (VBS), which serves large, medium and small businesses as well as government agencies in Ghana by providing network based IT and communication solutions. VBS has, over the years, empowered thousands of businesses in Ghana to grow, increase efficiency and improve profits.

The company has a deep sense of responsibility and commitment to social development in Ghana. It achieves this by conducting all operations in a responsible manner, complying with all the relevant regulations and investing in socio-economic development.

Vodafone is the most admired brand in Ghana; having won over 40 awards in the last four years.

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  1. ^ Citi Fm, Citi Fm. "Vodafone Ghana appoints new CEO". Retrieved 2016-07-28. 

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