UAE satellite operator Yahsat announced the launch of its broadband satellite service YahClick in Ghana, in partnership with regional broadcast and internet service providers Comsys and Teledata. YahClick will offer reliable, cost-effective and high-performance internet in Ghana, thus paving the way for economic and social progress driven by high-speed connectivity.
According to Denver Bartman, Country Manager, Yahsat Africa, Ghana is a very important market and with the introduction of YahClick, the country’s digital landscape will exponentially improve given the fact that economic losses due to breakdowns in fixed, wireless and mobile internet connectivity will be reduced.
“The driving force behind the launch of YahClick in Ghana is our desire to serve the country’s specific connectivity needs and deliver high-performance, customized satellite broadband solutions to its businesses and communities,” commented Farhad Khan, Chief Commercial Officer, Yahsat.
“Today, YahClick is recognised as the leading satellite broadband service in Africa thanks to its reliability and coverage, alongside the local expertise and quality of customer service provided by our trusted service partners such as Comsys and Teledata here in Ghana,” Khan added.
CEO of Teledata ICT Greg Eid added, “We believe that YahClick services will not only successfully meet our customers’ needs, but also open up new business opportunities across various industries.”
“We look forward to working with YahClick to ensure that our customers in Ghana, access uninterrupted and high-speed-Internet that is critical to their growth”. Comysy Ghana Business Development Manager, Kobi Ahon commented.
“Our goal has always been to lead in innovative solutions to tomorrow’s communication challenges in Ghana. By introducing Yahclick’s game changing technology to Ghana, we are able to reach the most remote locations with internet connectivity through best-in-class satellite broadband services.”
YahClick was first launched in Africa in 2012 and since then, Yahsat has extended the service’s footprint to 19 additional markets in Africa, including Ghada.