The launch was in a bid to consolidate its position as the driving force of the Nokia brand in Ghana and the neighboring countries and use its operations in the country to supply genuine Nokia phones to the market.
It will also allow customers to enjoy Nokia quality service, utilise the exciting application and internet-based capabilities of the Nokia devices.
Mr Johnson Adansi, Director of Industry at the Ministry of Trade and Industry, who spoke at the ceremony, said Government would facilitate and create an enabling environment for industry players to promote their business in order to achieve their targets.
He said Government would continue to support and promote the use of telecommunication devices to make Information Communication Technology available in all sectors of the economy.
Mr Nike Imudia, Senior Executive Director of Nokia, West and Central Africa said the launch marks a significant day for Ghana™s business.
Mr Akash Kumar, Group Managing Director of MiDCOM said Ghana has been a great market place for Nokia and would now have a dedicated presence on the ground to support its growth.
He said extensive quality service combined with the recognition of Nokia phones as the most rugged and reliable in the world would help deliver the best service customers.
śWe are officially starting our operations ¦ in Ghana at a significant time when we are gradually spreading our tentacles to cover the whole of Africa; we are leased to expand our services to Ghana and its neighbouring countries,ť he said.