|Internet Service Providers (ISPs)
||9.88 per 1000
|Internet country code
Ghana is a full chapter of the Internet Society. Dr Quaynor (NCS) is a member of the Executive Committee on the Internet Society. In 1994, Ghana was the first West African nation to be connected to the Internet.
- 3 PCs per 1,000 people
- In 1994, Ghana was the first West African nation to be connected to the Internet.
- 2 years ago (2000), Accra lacked a single Internet cafe. Now the city boasts more than 600 of them, a consequence of plummeting prices for PCs and new ways of circumventing the phone system to reach Web servers. An hour online costs anywhere from 75 cents to $1.25, still pricey in a country where many people earn that much in a day.
Accra's Newly Acquired Culture
Development of Internet in Ghana
Ghana's Internet Infastructure
Technology is dominated by two types of people:
1. Those who understand what they do not manage.
2. Those who manage what they do not understand.