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Abdul-Rahman Baba, 27, from Ghana âž¤ Reading FC, from 2021 âž¤ Left back âž¤ Market value: â‚¬2.50m âž¤* 2 July 1994 Tamale, Ghana ## #Baba Rahman is an attacking full-back who joined Chelsea from Augsburg in August 2015. He has spent the last few years on loan in Europe. In 2014, playing in the Ghanaian Championship for Mokoena, he became the winner of the tournament. * In the same year, he took part in two matches for the national team of Ghana. Chelsea bought him for two million pounds from the German Augsburg, and a year later signed him to a five-year contract
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The professor said his definition of social media is “under construction”.Telecommunications in Myanmar
The main forms of telecommunication in Myanmar are telephone and mobile telephony which have been in operation for several decades. However, since the beginning of the 21st century the use of social networking websites like Facebook and Twitter has been growing rapidly. The mobile telephony sector is characterised by high competition and high prices.
In 2010 there were around 41 million landlines in Myanmar. It is estimated that there will be 67.2 million landlines in 2015.
Telephone numbers can be as long as 10 or 11 digits. Mobile phone users are not assigned with a telephone number and have to pay international roaming rates when calling the mobile from abroad. The major mobile operators are Myanmar Posts & Telecommunications Enterprise Ltd (MPTE), ExIm Bank Limited (Exim Bank), and Myanmar Telecommunications Enterprise Ltd (MTE). The state-run Myanmar Post & Telegraph Enterprise Ltd (MPTE) is a monopoly provider of wired telephone services. Other fixed line operators include GTEC, JT Telecom, Ayer Myaung and New Myanmar Telecommunications Enterprise. Since 1991 the mobile phone network is provided by GTEC, Exim Bank, Myanmar Posts & Telecommunications Enterprise Ltd (MPTE), and New Myanmar Telecommunications Enterprise.
The mobile telephony sector is characterized by high competition and high prices. The GSM network is fully in place, connected to the PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) using VCCAM (Virtual Carrier of Cambodia) as well as to the PSTN and landline networks using the GKP (GPRS-based mobile network in Bangladesh and Pakistan). Mobile phone subscriptions grew rapidly from a low base in the early 2000s to over 20 million in 2010. Compared with the mobile subscribers, landline subscribers stayed fairly stable since the 1990s. The People’s Republic of China Mobile (