By Nana Appiah Acquaye, Accra, Ghana
One of the most revered legacies of Busy Internet, now Busy, in its operations for the past decade and half has always been its cyber café. The café popularly known as the Busy Café now has a new look with a focus on given providing top notch IT services to customers. Busy Café is now running on 4G LTE technology, affirming its position as the country’s leading cyber café, offering a variety of services to meet the needs of customers.
The transformed busy cyber café located in the recently launched ultra modern building of Busy Ghana, although not as spacious as the previous one has everything to make a customer want to come back next time. With the installation of touch screen desktop computers, hi-tech machines coupled with high speed bandwidth 4G internet access, customers are assured of first class internet experience.
The Chief Executive Officer of Busy Ghana, Mr. Praveen Sadalage, told Biztechafrica in Accra that Busy Café for years had lived up to provide reliable and quality both administrative and IT services to customers who visit. He stressed that Busy Café had now become part and parcel of the life of its teeming customers scattered around the globe. “We had a café; we had print, copier and other internet Wi-Fi services. And this was more of a meeting place where people use to say come lets meet at Busy. We allowed time for that ecosystem to grow; essentially we were building a large base of customers who have used Busy,” he said.
Busy started operations as a cyber café in Ghana in 2001 and now operates Ghana’s newest 4G network, across Accra and Tema.