Telecommunication networks in Ghana
Telephone and postal services can be unreliable within Ghana itself but international post, at least to and from Accra is reasonably reliable (approx a week either way to the UK for example). Ghana Telecom (now majority owned by and rebranded Vodafone) is the most widespread phone company, but is not yet entirely reliable or widespread. There are 4 mobile phone networks, with another imminently launching. Many of these networks have 3G/HSPA coverage, and there has been a corresponding boom in internet access via USB sticks (expect to pay around 60 cedis for a stick with a 2GB allowance). Coverage is good in the urban areas, and is increasing in the rural areas and along major highways.
With a recent ICT boom in the country's urban areas, you're never too far away from an internet cafe where one hour of internet access should cost GH₵0.50 to GH₵1.00. Many hotels also boast broadband access via wireless hotspots.
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