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26.11.2008 Business & Finance

BusyInternet Arrives At Accra Mall

By Daily Guide

BUSYINTERNET, an internet service provider (ISP) offering innovative and high-tech services to meet the needs of modern day businesses and individuals, has opened a cyber café at the Accra Mall to offer fast, reliable and prompt services to teeming visitors.

Estella Akofio-Sowah, Chief Executive Officer of the company, who spoke to CITY & BUSINESS GUIDE in an interview Monday, said the occasion is a testament of BusyInternet's success after seven successful years of serving over 1,000 customers daily.

For its unparalleled services in pioneering world class cybercafés, the company has been adjudged the “best ISP of the year”. In May this year, it opened a luxury 50 seater cybercafé at Tema Community 6 operating 24/7.

As part of its 7th anniversary celebration, themed, “Love IT”, the Busy Accra Mall outlet opens with free browsing all week while its Tema and Ring Road offices offer services at half price.

There would also be lucky dips, 7 percent off Copy Centre services, free dial up from 7 am to 7 pm and customers who get connected early will get their first month services free, Mrs Akofio Sowah stated.

“BusyInternet is based on a well-planned technology platform that combines bandwidth and a high speed network, with high quality hardware and software tools.

The company additionally has a strong professional team supported by progressive government ICT regulations and perfectly positioned to constantly develop new value-added services and technological innovations.

Touching on its plans for 2009, the CEO mentioned that offices would be opened at Kumasi and Takoradi.

BusyInternet's mission is to provide best public ICT services in Africa with exceptional customer service. It also aims at enabling internet connectivity, IT training and locally initiated solutions.

By Samuel Boadi

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