Ghana to go ahead with controversial telecoms revenue monitoring system
22 June 2018
Following a series of threats, consultations and modifications to the original tech specifications, Ghana's communication ministry has confirmed government's intention to implement the common telecoms revenue monitoring platform.
In December 2017, the country's communication and finance ministries awarded a US$89 million contract to local network management and telecom service provider KelniGVG to build, operate and manage a common telecoms revenue monitoring platform
The contract includes establishing a Network Operating Centre, the installation of GSM Gateways for anti-fraud management on international inbound traffic, and Telecom Traffic Monitoring System (TTMS) that integrates all the tools required to independently verify, measure and analyse the different types of traffic going through the telecommunication networks. Read the full article on ITWeb Africa here.