Tag Archives: Surfline

4G spectrum pricing: Politics, industry progress or consumer interest?

A little over a year ago, the telecoms industry of this country witnessed what could be described as a fierce fight from a hurriedly-constituted group of about ten local companies calling themselves the Ghana ICT Chamber against the move by the previous government to auction two slots in the 800MHz spectrum band compatible with the 4G LTE technology. At the ...

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NCA Stops new 4G policy moves

The NPP transitional team has put the breaks on the telecommunications regulator from implementing some new policies in the 4G space, impeccable sources at the National Communications Authority (NCA) have said. The NCA board and management met with the four BWA (Broadband Wireless Access) license holders, namely Surfline, Blu, Goldkey and Broadband Home on Tuesday, January 3, 2017 to discuss ...

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BWAs raise concerns about NCA data market share report


The National Communications Authority (NCA) has finally included Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) players in its monthly mobile data market share report. This is already generating some debate as to whether the reporting format paints the right picture about what is actually happening on the mobile cellular data market. Leading BWA (4G) player Surfline has raised questions why the NCA focused ...

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