Surfline expands LTE coverage in Ghana

January 24, 2019 • Mobile and Telecoms, West Africa

Surfline expands LTE coverage in Ghana

Surfline expands LTE coverage in Ghana.(Image Source:

Surfline Communications Limited, has expanded its network coverage by increasing its footprint in Accra by adding more locations to grow their coverage. The company has extended to 93 more locations, all in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana.

Customers living in Kwabenya, Oyarifa, Ayikai, Abokobi, and Agbogba will now be able to experience Surfline’s 4G LTE service.

Surfline Communications Limited was established in 2011 to provide wireless broadband connectivity to the Ghanaian market. The National Communications Authority (NCA) awarded Surfline a Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) license the following year.

Surfline launched to immediately become the first 4G LTE company in Ghana and leading single largest LTE ever deployed in Sub-Saharan Africa with world-class strategic partners such as IBM, Alcatel Lucent, Microsoft and Huawei.

Edited Fundisiwe Maseko
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