BLUETOWN has obtained national ISP license in Ghana
Teacher uses BLUETOWN connectivity during class
GHANA: On December 6 2016, BLUETOWN obtained a National License for Internet Data Services from the National Communications Authority (NCA) of Ghana. The license allows BLUETOWN to operate Wi-Fi anywhere in Ghana, urban or rural and with any backhaul.
Ghana, with its population of 26 million, still has 18 million people without access to the internet due to two key barriers: affordability, availability and power. BLUETOWN’s West Africa Office in Accra, Ghana, will head our mission to break down the barriers – and provide the rural population in Ghana with affordable and reliable end-user connectivity.
” With BLUETOWN’s low-cost, end-to-end solutions we are targeting areas that are either unserved or underserved, with affordability as the key objective. BLUETOWN will, in cooperation with the Government and private stakeholders, make a huge impact on connectivity in Ghana, starting in 2017.” (Ole Deleeneer, Country Manager – Ghana)
BLUETOWN has been active in Ghana since January 2016, engaging with key stakeholders such as government, private partners and infrastructure partners to secure the setup needed for successful project implementation. We are ready to connect the unconnected in Ghana.