With an increase usage of smartphone in Ghana and a huge request for internet service from service providers. Subscribers tend to make major complaints of slow internet speed and it’s availability tend to be dormant.
There is a good news regarding Google Project Link which brings much more faster and reliable internet to users and places that need it. Google project link was first launched in the city of Kampala which tends to be one of the largest cities in Uganda. Ever since, it has unlocked more opportunities for people in the city and it’s businesses.
Project link has there by been expanded to Ghana and will be building over 1,000 kilometers to fiber in Greater Accra, Tema and Kumasi.
According to Estelle, Google Ghana country manager
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We’ve already started construction in Accra, with Kumasi to follow soon, and we plan to start service in early 2016. There’s a lot of work ahead, but we look forward to working with local providers to ensure that Ghana’s local infrastructure can help its people and businesses participate fully on the Web and be inspired by what they can do online