Due to the high cost of data bundles, Ghanaians have decided to boycott MTN.
A number of dissatisfied Ghanaian customers have decided to boycott the telecoms company MTN on Friday, December 1st, in protest of the recent increase in the costs of data subscriptions that MTN has implemented.
The rise is attributed by the corporation to growing operational costs, which have resulted in significant criticism on social media. Users have voiced their dissatisfaction with MTN’s decision, which they have characterized as being motivated by profit.
A group of Ghanaians has made a commitment to stop using their MTN numbers in the event that the problem with the cost of data continues to be unresolved. Some of them are also contemplating switching to alternative service providers, such as AT or Vodafone.
The circumstances shed insight into the growing dissatisfaction among customers with regard to the cost-effectiveness of individual data bundles.