AfricaOnline Ghana to launch Radwin Network in Accra

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AfricaOnline Ghana to launch Radwin Network in Accra

By Nana Appiah Acquaye, Accra, Ghana 

AfricaOnline Ghana has announced that it will soon launch its new Radwin Network in Accra offering superior reliable high speed broadband for its corporate clients. AfricanOnline a subsidiary of Gondwana International Networks (GIN) is a leading African ISP with 17 years’ experience in the ICT Industry has further bolstered its offering through iManage, a smart desktop services and management application aimed at drastically reducing high corporate IT budgets.

In a statement available to Biztechafrica, it noted that AfricaOnline’s Radwin Network offers a symmetrical fixed wireless broadband, which will initially cover greater Accra. It said the company plans to extend the service to peri-urban areas in the next phase of deployment as well as to cities like Kumasi, Takoradi and Tamale where radio connectivity is already present.

The statement mentioned the Managing Director of AfricaOnline Ghana Mr. Kwadwo Ohemeng Asumaning as saying that clients can look forward to greater reliability, value for money, scalability, and first-rate customer care, as well as an excellent licenced new network, free from interference and nuances due to weather and other competing networks.

“We believe that our long-term presence in Ghana, serving major key corporates and SMEs gives us the experience and competencies to better understand the needs of our customers and recommend appropriate solutions to their requirements,” says Mr Asumaning.

According Mr Asumaning in addition to being able to tailor solutions to ensure greater value for money, the Africaonline Wireless Network is far better suited to companies with several employees, several branches that are widespread that have a requirement for dedicated uncapped symmetrical bandwidth.

The new AfricaOnline Wireless Network offers a unique avenue for both corporate and SME clients to increase capacity on a high speed reliable symmetrical network. “We plan to leverage our existing customers to encourage them to increase capacity, follow up on churned clients who churned due to the instability of the previous unlicensed network, as well as target newly established business looking for reliability through a superior service,” concludes Mr Asumaning.

 



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