Africa’s largest mobile operator, MTN, says profit at Ghanaian unit rose almost a third in the quarter to end-March, benefiting from increasing demand for data and digital payment services, as well as a network expansion.

MTN Ghana’s service revenue grew 22.4% to 1.74bn cedi (R4.5bn) in the three months to end-March, with profit after tax rising 31.6% to 460.2-million cedi...

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