Ms Funmi Lamptey, Managing Director of Telesol, a 4G internet service provider says her company is set to adopt new technologies to minimize the current digital divide between Africa and the rest of the world – beginning from Ghana.
“The focus that keeps driving us into innovation is the quest to ensure that Ghanaians have access to modern trends in all aspects of life, same as what any other person is enjoying in other parts of the world,” she said
Funmi Lamptey said this as Telesol officially launched its 4G internet service in the country.
“Our technology is state of the art 4G LTE and fibre ready to be evolved and maintained to the standards of any world-class network at all times. We are using ideas which every telecommunication firm globally embraces,” she assured.
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Present at the launch was Mr George Andah, Deputy Minister of Communications, who officially launched the company’s operations in the country noting that government would ensure adequate investment into technology infrastructure across the country as well as provide the enabling environment for the private sector ICT players.
“The provision of internet service is part of moves to achieve a smart economy. The government will continue to provide the enabling environment for the private sector to deploy reliable internet services to the underserved areas of the country at an affordable rate.” – George Andah
For this reason, government is making deliberate efforts to introduce digitally driven initiatives; transacting business with government through electronic platforms like the paperless port system, e-immigration, etc., among others.
Telesol Ltd is a value-added ICT and Telecom distribution company selling networking products across various segments of the economy.