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Mövenpick Ambassador enjoy Teledata Fiber Internet

Shops and offices at the Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel in Accra are now enjoying Fiber high-speed Internet, provided by Teledata. Fiber Internet is a new and quick way of accessing the internet. Fiber Internet lines send data by light through cutting-edge technology; this makes it a lot...

The future of the internet: Virtual Reality

Virtual Reality is the next big thing in mainstream internet development. While you may think virtual reality is still just for sci-fi movies and high tech games, it's not. It's an industry growing very quickly, so much so that a report by CCS Insight predicts that augmented...

Your smartphone can help you get fit with these five apps

Exercise is crucial to good health, and being too busy is no excuse. You can get fit with technology on your side, all you need is your gym shoes, smartphone and internet connection. Whether you want to be in competition with yourself or someone else, fitness...

Teledata offers free WiFi at Ghana Economic Forum

This week, Teledata provided WiFi at Ghana Economic Forum. We were at the Movenpick Hotel in Accra, where all attendees at the B&FT organised event were able to log on to our WiFi for free. Teledata ensured that while participants discussed the economic future of Ghana, they...

Teledata connects Vanguard Heights Fiber Internet

Residents at Vanguard Heights in Cantonments are now enjoying ultra-fast, reliable Fiber Internet, installed by Teledata. These residents have joined millions of people across the world making the switch to Fiber. Our Fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) sees us install and connect homes, businesses and multiple dwelling units like Vanguard...

How Popular Is WhatsApp Around the World?

How much do you rely on your WhatsApp? Many people in Ghana use the messaging app to keep up with friends, family, gossip and news. You might be in a number of groups, ranging from schoolmates to motivational workout groups to special interest business ones. About one billion...

Using social media to raise funds for child cancer treatment

Using the power of social media, an Accra-based youth volunteer is raising funds for child cancer treatment. Reuben Griffiths Bekoe spent his 22nd birthday setting out on a walk that took him from Kumasi to Accra. Walking 260km, over six days in early August he wanted to...

Meet Shypmate, the local website saving you shipping fees

Here in Ghana if you want goods shipped to you from the USA, often you will end up paying more for the shipping than the actual products. Shypmate, a new startup is using the internet to save consumers money, and get their goods to them quickly. The...

Access to the internet is a basic human right

Whether you use it for news, shopping or study, access to the internet is a basic human right. We use it for banking, accessing government, applying for jobs, and even ordering groceries through the world. Access to the internet is so important that the United...

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