Trending number one currently on twitter is #DataMustFall, a trend to force mobile telecommunications companies to reduce cost of data.
According to some social media users contributing to the trend, data charges in the country are very high and the telcos must reduce their charges.
Checkout a few of the tweets:
@VodafoneGhana is becoming terrible in terms of data offers.I was given 8GB through *530# for 30days after buying Vodafone Ghana now suggests to me when and how to use my data.4GB in the day and 4GB for midnight!@VodafoneGhana better make an amendment on this now! #DataMustFall— #Gbevu 🇬🇭🇬🇭🇳🇬🇳🇬 Cvaa (@sylvanu14108255) October 14, 2020
MTN no dey force give we koraaaaaaaaaaaaaa💔🤦🏻♂️…….#DataMustFall— Bald_Jiggah👑 (@jh_aymez) October 14, 2020
Just like Nigerians have finally stood for their rights, I know soon Ghanaian youth will finally act and demand change by any means necessary! #DataMustFall bunch of thieves— AdannaEdwards (@AdaPretty12) October 14, 2020
I think its about time we protest against data prices in this country… #DataMustFall— Dr Ayigbe Borla Bird ❼ (@Mr_Ceyram) October 14, 2020
you ask for reduction and they will introduce Day and Night bundle offer wtf 😤#DataMustFall— Kay Prince (@peeg_7) October 14, 2020
People spend so much money on data and funny thing is they keep on increasing the prices #DataMustFall— Kay Prince (@peeg_7) October 14, 2020
This is @MTNGhana where you need 10gh to even get less than 1gb which will not even last 3 hours whilst minimum wage in Ghana is 11.82gh. Do the rest of the calculations and see why the average Ghanaian can't save. #DataMustFall pic.twitter.com/jghMN10bQs— IMMORTAL (@IykeReborn) October 15, 2020
If you want to learn via the internet dierrr not b small money you go spend oooo abeg mk we hold this agenda till they hear us #DataMustFall— Ghetto BO! 🤑🤑🤑 🇬🇭 (@Richdotcom) October 15, 2020