Ghana Welcomes Starlink, a Revolution in Communication


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Elon Musk’s SpaceX recently launched the satellite broadband application Starlink, making Ghana the eighth African country to use this innovative internet service, following its approval by the National Communications Authority (NCA) in Ghana.

This invention, which delivers multi-gigabit speeds and lower latency through satellite technology, is anticipated to challenge the region’s current internet service providers.

Customers have raved about Starlink’s service, pointing out notable increases in dependability and speed over more established suppliers. Currently, Mozambique, Eswatini, Zambia, Malawi, Kenya, Rwanda, and Nigeria are the seven African nations where the service is offered.

It is expected that this expansion will encourage healthy competition and better prices by upending the monopoly held by some internet providers. Starlink promises to transform network access and connectivity in Africa as it grows further, giving internet access a much-needed boost throughout the continent.

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