Vodafone Ghana, a telecommunications giant in Ghana has on Monday launched the Vodafone Fibre Optic Broadband as part of the company’s SuperNet initiative.
The fibre optic broadband technology delivers significantly faster download broadband speed than conventional broadband ADSL and (modern) ADSL2+ services.
Speaking at the launch, the CEO of Vodafone Ghana, Yolanda Cuba said, the Vodafone Fibre Broadband is positioning Vodafone as a total communications provider for home and businesses.
“We are partnering communities and real estate developers at key locations across the country to deliver this new technology. We encourage developers and home owners to make the provision of telecom service the third utility after water and electricity and give us the opportunity to be the provider of choice for home and office internet,” she explained.
The connection, she said, depending on the occupants of a house would cost between GHC150 to GHC180 per month.
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