Surfline Data Plans 2019

Surfline Data Plans 2019

Surfline Communications, the first 4G LTE internet service provider in The Republic of Ghana has taken a look at their data packages, releasing a refreshed access packages for internet consumers. Surfline Communication as at the time of this post have coverage in Accra, Kumasi, Sunyani, Cape Coast, Koforidua and Sekondi-Takoradi with the service provider expanding their footprint in new locations. How to purchase and manage your data New and Existing subscribers may manage their accounts online through their MYSELFCARE portal. The portal by far is self explainable and easy to use compared with other self service portals in the country. A USSD is also available from a GSM line. Dial *718*77#…

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Why EU want Article 13 Be Stopped

Proposed EU Copyright Directive Approved – Without Amendments

The European Parliament has given its final approval to the controversial copyright directive, something that will severely affect Internet users across the European Union and may have wider ramifications. While there had been strong expectation that Article 13 would be deleted, this failed to happen due to mistakes in voting. Having followed the progress of this legislation over many months we have repeatedly pointed out that two of its clauses – Article 11, the link tax, and Article 13 (renamed Article 17 in the final legislation and a possible cause of confusion) which will almost inevitably lead to upload filters, is likely to have devastating consequences, see Final EU Copyright Directive Spells…

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Celltel, RAC, CEIEC pen MOU for Smart Cities project

Celltel, RAC, CEIEC pen MOU for Smart Cities project

Celltel Networks, Roberta Annan Consulting (RAC) and Chinese government’s international cooperation company, CEIEC have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to collaborate in the execution of a US$300 million Smart Cities Project in Ghana under the brand name ArisCel. Under the memorandum of understanding, Ghanaian organisation, Celltel Networks is the concept developer, Roberta Annan Consulting is onboard as transaction advisors for CEIEC, while CEIEC is a joint consortium of expert companies to deliver on the project. The three companies will soon be entering into a comprehensive agreement with the other partners of the project, which will be funded by a consortium of private investment banks and vendors. The Ghana Smart Cities…

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Firefox Lite: Need to know

Firefox Lite: Need to know

Firefox Lite requires less than 3.5 MB, which is the smallest among major browsers, and it provides users with the shortest app download time. Moreover, one of Firefox Lite’s standout features is its Turbo Mode, which blocks third-party content such as ads on web pages. By doing this, less data is consumed and websites load faster. In addition to being lightweight and fast, users can also save a whole screen to read offline with a single tap on the toolbar. The website link is automatically saved too, so users can return whenever they want. Based on internal data, it is estimated that more than 440+ GB of online/mobile content was saved…

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