MTN Ghana has announced an adjustment of its tariffs following the introduction of the 1% Covid-19 Health recovery levy.
The new levy took effect from 1st May 2021.
“Tariffs for all voice calls, data, and SMS have been amended to reflect the new requirement,” a statement from the company noted.
“The adjustment will also be made across all services and platforms of the company including Mobile bundle purchases and Usage, Fiber to the Home/Business, air time and bundle purchase through 3rd party Apps, Sunday special, Just4U, Jaara, VAS services, Roaming, IDD, reloads through voucher, EVD, MoMo, and Postpaid,” the company added in the stateemnt.
Commenting on the tariff adjustment, the Chief Corporate Services Executive Officer of MTN Ghana, Mr. Samuel Koranteng said, “we are implementing this marginal adjustment in our tariffs to comply with the new law”.
Customers can find out more details of the new tariff plan on MTN Ghana’s website www.mtn.com.gh and in selected newspapers.