Vodafone Ghana Foundation has introduced a nation-wide internet fair to educate the public on usage and skills of the internet.
The fair, which started at the Rawlings Park in Accra on June 25, forms parts of Vodafone’s commitment to spread internet connectivity and exposing Ghanaians to the immense benefits of online connectivity.
Mrs Agnes Emefa Essah, Director of Marketing, Vodafone Ghana, said the fair would offer Ghanaians access to the various internet bundles and innovative devices available at Vodafone to suit their lifestyles.
“At Vodafone, we are keen on improving digital inclusion as a means of increasing citizens value in education, business, family and social activities; therefore, this fair holds immense benefits for the people of Ghana and can totally transform how we live.
“We believe, we can offer increased opportunities for more people to get online and take advantage of the immense wealth of knowledge”, she said.
The fair which is supported by Samsung, Opera Mini, and Huawei would be held in a number of communities in the 10 regions within a period of six months with give-away gifts such as mobile phones, T-shirts and shopping vouchers to customers.
Having being ranked as the best in voice clarity and 3G internet speed by an independent research agency as well as Mobile Broadband Service, Best Wholesale Company and Telecom Business of the year in the recent Ghana Telecom Awards, the fair is one of the network’s initiative to give back to society what they have gotten from customers.