#SaveOurData Ghanaians outraged on twitter. We are not been treated fairly as customers of telcos in Ghana let out their voice on twitter. Unreasonable internet data prices, data not lasting for the intended duration, poor network connection and soo on has been the talk for many months now as customers of giant telcos in Ghana aren’t too satisfied with how they are been treated.
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And this time they are using twitter to let the telcos know how they feel about the poor service they were receiving. There is this saying that “the customer is always right” and now we think it’s about time Telcos in Ghana listen to their customer. The hashtag #SaveOurData has been trending on twitter all day and here are some of those tweets for you
And do not be hoodwinked into believing that the best way to address the unwarranted internet charges in Ghana is to port to another network.
We need to fight for a strict regulation, reduction in taxes and demand general quality of service #SaveOurData
— Saddick Adams (@SaddickAdams) December 2, 2019
Your network is big across Africa.
You are the biggest running mobile money network.
The largest network usage in Ghana.
What at all again do you want that you keep robbing us of the little cash we raise from our hustles?#SaveOurData
— Nungua Mia Khalifa?? (@BlackDelite) December 2, 2019
The data issue is just depressing chale. And has been so for awhile. Frustration is how powerless it all seems.#SaveOurData
— Gary #StayAtHome (@garyalsmith) December 1, 2019
I haven’t renewed my data just yet but I’ve seen these ridiculous packages.
— #QuestionTimeWithMzOtoo (@Bridget_Otoo) December 2, 2019
Being on campus,,, UCC without data to load just whatsapp messages no bi easy,
Go offline for 30 minutes and you will not know if your next class has been cancelled or the venue changed #SaveOurData because we are bleeding???
— KOJO CHAPTERZ?? (@kojo_chptz) December 2, 2019
The average Ghanaian spends too much.. way too much on data as compared to our brothers and sisters in other countries. The NCA and Telcos should do something about this. Money no dey saa o wey the small we get too we dey spend all on common data. That's ridiculous!
— Lawyer Ntikateche Bombay Isaiah (@ntimination) December 2, 2019
And to the artist who wants us to be streaming your music, add your voice to this.
Y'all selfish. You only care about what benefits you.. #SaveOurData
— ERNIE ?? (@ErnieP__) December 2, 2019