Surfline Company Limited Ghana, a leading internet service provider, has announced that it will soon resume full operations after weeks of inactivity due to a recent fire outbreak at its data centre at Tema.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Surfline, Dr. Yaw Akoto, who made this known in an interaction with the media yesterday in Accra, indicated that hopefully by next week the company would resume full operations.
‘We are happy to announce that as of this morning, the majority of our systems were back on line, and we are nearing full capacity.
‘Our customers will continue to access our 4G LTE network for free over the next few days,’ Dr. Akoto said.
‘We expect to be back to business as usual next week, and this date will be communicated to our customers in due course. We will provide complimentary data to our customers and also open the door for new customers to join our network,’ he added.
According to him, ‘From the evening of Friday, February 6, 2015 and throughout the weekend, our team restored partial connectivity and has been testing our network to check the stability of our systems. All of this was in preparation for restoring full and improved service to our customer.’
He also commended the Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS) and other allied services for responding swiftly to put out the fire to minimize possible damage to their entire edifice, assuring the public that stringent measures were being put in place to avoid future incidents.
Surfline Communications Limited was established in 2011 to provide quality wireless broadband connectivity to customers in the Ghanaian market.
BY Melvin Tarlue
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