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Ghana - On 3 July 2008, Vodafone agreed to acquire a 70% stake in Ghana Telecom for $900 million. The acquisition was consummated on 17 August 2008. The same group-led consortium won the second fixed-line licence in Qatar on 15 September 2008.
Ghana Telecom, along with its mobile subsidiary OneTouch, was rebranded as Vodafone Ghana. On 15 April 2009
The M-PESA money transfer system in Kenya had gained 1.6 million customers by February 2008. In 2011 there were fourteen million M-Pesa accounts by which held 40 percent of the country’s savings. Following M-PESA’s success in Kenya, Vodafone announced that it was to extend the service to Afghanistan. The service here was launched on the Roshan network under the brand M-Paisa with a different focus to the Kenyan service. M-Paisa was targeted as a vehicle for microfinance institutions' (MFI) loan disbursements and repayments, alongside business to business applications such as salary disbursement. The Afghanistan launch was followed in April 2008 by the announcement of further a further launch of M-PESA in Tanzania, South Africa and India.
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