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The Ministry of Communications on Tuesday signed a contract with K-Net Limited for the roll out of the country’s Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) network project.The contract worth $82.3 million dollars is for the supply and installation of a Digital Video Broadcasting Second Generation (DVB-T2) Terrestrial network.

The Contract demands the completion of the DTT network in 12 months, and the project is structured to be executed in nine months and a further three months for resolving all teething challenges.

Dr Edward Omane-Boamah, the Minister of Communications, who signed the contract, said following the evaluation of tenders received, K-Net Limited was recommended for the contract to deliver the DTT network project.

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