One of Ghana?s leading internet service providers, Surfline Communications, says it has restored majority of its systems. The data centre of the first 4G network was partly ravaged by fire on February 1, bringing its operations to a temporary halt.


But the data services company says work at the centre is almost complete and capacity has been increased to 25 percent to give customers the best services.

The company restored its operations partially on February, 6. Addressing a news conference, the Chief Executive Officer of Surfline Ghana, Dr. Yaw Akoto said the company had restored majority of its systems inching close to full capacity.

He said customers will also continue to enjoy quality service delivery.

He however noted that the company was yet to ascertain the cause and cost of the damage. The Chief Technology Officer of the company, Andres Pineros, said they have increased their capacity by 25 percent.

The CTO debunked suggestions that the company did not have the needed backup systems and said the company restored services in two days due to the availability of backups.

The company has promised that customers will enjoy some free internet for the inconvenience they suffered. Surfline has also given assurances that it would announce a new date to resume full operations from next week.



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