Residents in Tema experience MTN fibre broadband
Accra, MTN Ghana has offered residents of Tema and its environs an experience of its fibre Broad Band service at its Family Fun Day.
The MTN Family Fun Day was an experiential event to let residents experience at first hand, how Fibre broadband radically changes their everyday life towards a modern connected digital world.
MTN’s Fibre Broad Band is unparalleled broadband service that provides high-speed internet access, facilitating live streaming, video- on-Demand, home and office automation ensuring that subscribers truly receive the benefits of a connected world.
Mr Sam Addo, General Manager of MTN Business, speaking at the event said, At MTN, we believe that, much like electricity or any other utility, broadband technology has become the enabling technology impacting every area of human life, A statement issued and copied to the Ghana News Agency said.
He said without doubt, broadband was the nervous system of today’s new civilization, therefore, access to it was a top priority for the technological society and it was very important that broadband be on high �quality universal service at a low cost.
At MTN Business, our goal is to deploy fibre broadband solutions to create value for our numerous customers nationwide while promoting economic development of the country, every home and office deserve to experience the benefit of a modern connected life and that is the driving force behind MTN’s Fibre Broadband, he added.
Fibre Broadband is the latest advancement in broadband technology. Fibre optic broadband is promising super-fast speeds for all of your daily internet needs by allowing faster data transfer compared to the standard copper wires which are used in regular broadband connections.
With more than 17 million voice subscribers, MTN Ghana continues to be at the forefront of innovations within Ghana’s tech industry.
Partners to MTN Ghana MTN Family Fun Day include Kwese TV, Star Times, Slyde Pay, Teledokta, Acquimini, Bosch Appliances, and Ashfoam, the statement added.
Source: Ghana News Agency