CMP Benefits

Kelni-GVG Solution allows Ghana a huge saving compared to previous systems. It is 55% cheaper than the previous two contracts and provides much more in terms of capacities and benefits. For less than half the price, it offers additional features such as real-time data, mobile money oversight, and simbox localization, among other new value-added services, where others did not.

    • The new Solution:
      • saves the government more than 1,1 M USD monthly or 66M USD over the life of the agreement compared to previous services, that offer only traditional file transfer methods, as opposed to real-time data
    • The Solution provides
      • real-time transaction verification capacity helps the government increase tax collection, including verification and comprehensive calculation of telecom-specific taxes and levies..
    • The CP increases
      • transparency
      • accountability throughout the telecom sector of Ghana to the benefits of all stakeholders, including the government, the industry players themselves and, above all, the customers whose interests are much better protected by the telecom authorities via permanent verification systems.
    • The CP enables different agencies and ministries to share critical information in real-time
      • thus enhancing inter-agencies collaboration.
    • For the very first time in Ghana modern history, the government, the GRA and the NCA have full visibility over important sectors of the country’s economy, Telecoms and Mobile Financial Services, and can now regulate and oversee them based on comprehensive data, as opposed to periodic and partial reports and statements.
    • All of the above is achieved in full compliance with
      • privacy laws,
      • protecting privacy rights of all and each Ghanaians.
    • The CP offers a:
      • core infrastructure on which new services can be created and provided to Ghanaians, for example,
      • services leveraging mobile money information to develop micro- and nano-credit
      • increase financial inclusion in Ghana.
    • The CP enables the NCA and the GRA to:
      • be more proactive in verifying regulatory and tax compliance,
      • prevent non-compliance instead of penalizing Telecom operators after-the-fact, thus reducing the cost of non-compliance for industry stakeholders.
    • The CP dramatically improves collaboration between the NCA and the industry stakeholders in their ongoing fight against grey traffic and SIM-box fraud, allowing the NCA to efficiently coordinate anti-fraud measures and processes across the industry.
    • The CP strengthens the role of the MoC and the NCA, not only as regulators, but also and above all as well-informed promoters of ICT growth and development in Ghana.