MTN Ghana has recently announced an increase in the prices of devices as of March 2020. The announcement was made via text messages to all customers.
With the new development, customers are likely to pay GHC499 instead of GHC300 for the MTN TurboNet. The 5GB data package would move from GHC20 to GHC25 and the 10GB would move from GHC40 to GHC50. The 45GB data package would now sell at GHC145 instead of GHC120 and the 225GB data package would now be selling at GHC295 instead of GHC240.
When it was launched in May 2019, the Chief Executive Officer of MTN Ghana, Selorm Adadevoh disclosed that the TurboNet sets out to meet consumers demand for affordable and super high internet service.
However, most Ghanaian subscribers seem unhappy with the increase. It seems a lot of Ghanaians will be looking for alternative networks with affordable prices.