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provided the best prospect for early national coverage by cellular radio." On 26 October 1988, Racal Telecom, majority held by Racal Electronics, went public on the London Stock Exchange with 20% of its stock floated.
The successful flotation led to a situation where Racal's stake in Racal Telecom was valued more than the whole of Racal Electronics.
The two struck a deal giving Racal 60% of the new company, Racal-Millicom, Ltd, and Millicom 40%.
Due to UK concerns about foreign ownership, the terms were revised, and in December 1982, the Racal-Millicom partnership was awarded the second UK mobile phone network license.
Under stock market pressure to realise full value for shareholders, Racal demerged Racal Telecom in 1991.
In January 1997, Gerald Whent retired and Christopher Gent took over as the CEO.
Cuba said the company has more than 200 mobile sites across the country where customers can access the 4G service.
Cuba noted that the introduction of the 4G service forms part of Vodafone-Ghana’s drive to ensure that its customers have better internet services.
This will mean an improved network quality for customers and all our services,” said Cuba.
The Chief Executive Officer of Vodafone Ghana Yolanda Cuba has revealed that she is currently in a relationship with a Ghanaian, after she ended her first marriage some years ago.
The South African further indicated that she would want to get married again, although the timing is not solely dependent on her.
Vodafone Ghana reached an agreement with the National Communications Authority (NCA), at the end of 2018, for the purchase of one slot of the 2x5MHz frequency spectrum in the 800MHz band for mobile services.
Vodafone was awarded a licence at the cost of million following the successful financial negotiation with the NCA, in line with the Authority’s published programme for the bid process.