Today, I experienced internet speed, unlike anything I’ve witnessed anywhere in Ghana. And the fact that it happened at a place I least expected (sorry) blows me away even further!
Not even the Vodafone Fiber to the Home comes close, nor even their so-called “Fastest internet cafe in Africa”.
At the ongoing TechLeadsGh Summer Program happening at Koforidua Technical University, in one of their computer laboratories, I put their LAN to the test.
Plugged in one network cable to my computer which was dangling around close to our Pi 3 boards. Transmission Torrent downloader did the rest, and in less than 1 minute, the remainder of the OSX Maverick download I started in the house was pulled down.
I’m told the speeds are even astronomical at a separate lab located nearby to this internet-heaven lab I got these monstrous network speeds at.
Not sure, but speedtest.net said MTN, so I guess it is MTN 4G. Obviously, MTN is likely giving the entire school a huge bandwidth.
If so, then I’ll say MTN’s internet is doing a mind-blowingly great job at Koforidua Technical University.
Just imagine, 17 Megabyte per second!