Busy Internet, an Information Technology Communication (ICT) service provider, has introduced the newest 4G network to boost internet browsing in the country.
The 4G network is expected to be operational in the Tema and Accra metropolis, before being extended to the other regions across the country.
With the launch, Busy Internet is positioned to offer consumers with innovative and flexible range of 4G data packages, with the MiFi and wireless routers, it has designed to suit the needs of customers across the country.
The company is expected to offer unlimited services to customers who purchase more five gigabyte of data every month.
The Busy 4G data bundles range from 100 megabyte for casual users to 50 gigabyte for 4G users, with the ability to rollout unused data from one bundle to the next.
Speaking at the launch in Accra; Managing Director (MD) of Busy Internet, Mr. Praveen Sadalage, said that the launch of the network would provide an enhanced service to customers.
He noted that the company was looking out for ways to bridge the digital divide in the country by the introduction of the 4G network.
Launching the network, Minister for Communications, Dr Edward Omane Boamah, noted that the increasing number of players in the 4G sector was an
indication that the country was making progress in the sector.
According to him, the more the country increases the broadband connection, the more it contributes to the growth of the economy.
On his part, the Director in –Charge of Regulatory and Administration at the National Communications Authority (NCA). Paul Kofi Datsa, urged the players in the industry to cooperate with the NCA to improve upon service delivery in the country.