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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...

Apps to help you sleep and feel refreshed tomorrow

Do you have trouble going to sleep? In our technologically focused world, the internet can help you get some rest, offering some apps to help you sleep. All you need is your fast and reliable Teledata connection and a smartphone. It's time to leave behind the stresses of the...

Teledata Exhibits & Provides Free WiFi at WAMPEX16

At the just ended West Africa Mining and Power Exhibition (WAMPEX’16), Teledata Exhibits & Provides Free WiFi. We connected major decision makers & stakeholders in the mining and power industries at the AICC through our unlimited internet services. Free WiFi to all exhibitors and visitors throughout. ...

Teledata Fibre-To-The-Premises at Marina Mall

Fibre-to-the-premises, or FTTP, gives you a direct connection to the internet via a fibre-optic cable carrying data encoded in pulses of light. For most homes and businesses, it's the fastest connection you can get - if you're lucky enough to live in an area where you...

2 international connections for high internet availability

Teledata has 2 international connections for high internet availability provided by MainOne and WACS. Cables lying on the seafloor bring the internet to the world. They transmit 99 percent of international data, make transoceanic communication possible in an instant, and serve as a loose proxy...

5 constructive things to do on the Internet

The statistics are revealing. Very. There were almost 5.2 million internet users in Ghana as at December 2014, representing an internet penetration of about 20% of the population. The figures will most likely shoot up by the time you finish reading this article. And apparently...

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