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Affordable Internet in Ghana: Thes Status quo and the path ahead

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- Challenges
- Solutions or Strategies
- Trends

- Internet Access, Affordability And Use

Author(s): Alliance For Affordable Internet

At present, affordable broadband remains a dream for the majority of Ghana’s 25 million inhabitants. The Government of Ghana seems committed to tackling this challenge. The dramatic increases in international bandwidth and mobile phone penetration have not translated into widespread Internet access. Challenges include Low ownership of devices while recommendations include prioritizing open access, review of taxation on ICT, enhancing USF and improving spectrum efficiency/policy.


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