The study examined the impact of Telecommunication services on economic growth of Ghana. Purposive sampling technique was used to select one Telecommunications company which has been operating in Ghana for more than 10 years and has more than 2 million customers. Aggregate production function and Regression were used to present and analyse the data. The study found that telecommunication services and economic growth of Ghana are positively correlated as revealed by literature and confirmed by R square, Granger causality, and correlation coefficient from the regression output.
It was recommended that to encourage competition and ensure quality, the government through National Communications Authority (NCA) should issue more licenses to mobile network operators. Telecommunication companies should also invest in both Infrastructure and quality personnel to deliver quality services. They should be made to enjoy tax incentives on imports meant to improve telecommunication infrastructure in Ghana.