Best mobile internet provider? And does it work ?

#1 03 July 2010 21:48:02

Afrotrekker
Afrotrekker
Greater Copenhagen

Best mobile internet provider? And does it work ?

Hi!

I am referring to the previous post concerning telecom services in Ghana.

What about mobile broadband internet? Any suggestions, which company provides the most reliable - and cheapest - service? I will be stationed approx. 10 km east of Kumasi City. Any ideas if I could get a reliable service there?

I am curious about your experiences.

Cheers and thank you in advance!

#2 07 July 2010 11:34:18

Jetstarz

Re: Best mobile internet provider? And does it work ?

Hi, I read somewhere Vodafone is giving a non-bad-at all internet service in Ghana, try to get info about their mobile  service.

#3 20 July 2010 10:37:52

nyhoi
nyhoi
Accra

Re: Best mobile internet provider? And does it work ?

Hello,
Even though Vodafone has many niggling issues it is the best so far in Ghana.

Nance

#7 03 December 2010 13:14:39

Stine
Stine
Accra

Re: Best mobile internet provider? And does it work ?

Hi,
I am from Denmark (see you are writing from my hometown he he). My husband is selling wifi broadband routers - that can serve up to 32 users. There is also universal sim slot - so if one is slow or down you can log on with another chip. It it speedy - and we are using it with great satisfaction. He is also selling universal modems - faster that the ones on the market 7.2 mb/sec.

Contact me if you wanr more info.
Hope you will enjoy your stay!
Best Regards
Stine

#9 25 January 2014 18:10:18

hkann
hkann
Accra

Re: Best mobile internet provider? And does it work ?

I use Airtel on my mobile phone and have found it reliable. I only use it as a back up though and for when I am out. At home we use iburst and have been happy with their service. For Airtel I just get a monthly bundle and it is 5 cedis for 200mb which is enough for my purposes. We pay 35 cedis per month for iburst although we have built up the mb and will probably have to go back to 50 cedis as we are using more mb than we are credited. I think vodaphone does offer unlimited on its home broadband and I think Tigo might on its mobile packages but I am not sure.

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