Another good choice for a major international carrier with a pop in Accra would be opentransit/France Telecom.
On Jun 4, 2017 6:04 AM, "i3D.net - Martijn Schmidt" <martijnschm...@i3d.net> wrote: > TISparkle/Seabone also has an IP transit PoP in Accra, plus they have a > partnership with Dolphin Telecom. > > On 06/01/2017 05:30 PM, Eric Kuhnke wrote: > > All of the licensed mobile phone network operators in Ghana are also ISPs > > and can reach enterprise customers. Within Accra or a few other major > > coastal cities, either by microwave rooftop/tower based links or their > > terrestrial fiber. Should definitely be much faster and more economical > > than satellite. > > > > Interestingly if you look at BGP tables and AS-adjacencies for the major > > Ghanian ISPs and telecoms, it is logically a suburb of London, which is > > where most of the traffic in the recently built West African submarine > > cables goes. > > > > > > On Wed, May 31, 2017 at 7:40 AM, Rishi Singh <rishimusi...@gmail.com> > wrote: > > > >> Has anyone dealt with getting internet connectivity in Ghana? I've been > >> doing a lot of research and saw some peering plans with Nigeria but > nothing > >> solid there yet. Currently a financial client of mine is paying quite a > bit > >> every quarter on satellite up link fees. > >> > >> Do any of the major carriers have any direct connectivity into Ghana? > >> > >> Thank you, > >> > > >