ATC Announces Suspension of Power Supply To Telecel Ghana Due To Payment Dispute

ATC says Telecel customers might experience service disruptions due to the cut in power supply to Telecel equipment

By Joseph-Albert Kuuire 1 Min Read

Network tower provider American Tower Corporation Ghana (ATC Ghana) has sent out a press release announcing that they are suspending power supply to Telecel Ghana to power its network equipment.


The company stated that Telecel companies may experience network disruptions due to the interruption of power supply.

According to the company, Telecel has failed in its payment obligations for power supply. The company noted that they have been negotiating with Telecel for payment but ultimately have failed to reach an agreement. The company has notified the National Communications Authority (NCA) of the recent developments.

Telecel Response

Telecel Ghana has issued a counter-statement denying indebtedness to ATC Ghana, labeling the accusations as “utterly false.”

The company affirmed its commitment to contractual obligations and assured subscribers of efforts to maintain uninterrupted service.

Telecel has been in communication with the NCA and has stated that they could seek legal action against ATC.

Update: Added in Telecel’s Public Statement

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Joseph-Albert Kuuire is the creator, editor, and journalist at Tech Labari. Email: Twitter: @jakuuire
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