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Keep your loved ones in Ghana close with MTN and Ding

Keep your loved ones in Ghana close with MTN and Ding

Ghana is an African nation that is steeped in history, diversity and tradition.

Whether you lived in one of the country’s bustling urban centres or in a rural area, people born and bred in Ghana tend to have undeniable affection for their home country.

From its stunning plains to buzzing cities, it’s pretty hard to forget about this fascinating homeland after you have moved away.

But this is not always simple. Between time differences, monetary restraints and simple logistics, keeping in touch can be easier said than done.

So make it easy

If you are one of the millions of Ghanaians that have settled throughout the world, let us help make life easier for you with the gift of top up.

Thanks to our quick and easy service as well as reliable local operators such as MTN Ghana, never has it been easier to keep in touch with the friends and family that you may have left behind.

Why top up?

Not only does sending top up allow you to call and text loved ones back home, but you can also have piece-of-mind that your nearest and dearest have access to a working phone, information and the internet.

Send top up

Follow these simple and easy instructions to send top up to loved ones in Ghana:

  1. Sign in to your Ding account on the app or website.
  2. Select the contact you wish to send top up to or enter the number manually
  3. Choose the amount you wish to send
  4. Send your top up

 

Thanks to top-up services and operators around the world, there is no excuse for you not to pick up the phone and give mum a ring or send a text to your best friend.

Keep relationships alive and connections strong with Ding.

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