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Economic connection in rural Ghana needed

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Oct 18th, 2011 at 1:15am  
Hi,

I am trying to help a charity get online in rural Ghana.  They have little money, so I am trying to find out if some kind of economy connection is possible.  The main concern would be running costs, since capital costs could be covered by sponsorship, for example.  Entry level systems are being considered as a first stage.

I am going to contact all the companies on the Africa page, but wanted to poll people here for ideas.  I used to work in the internet field, but that was dial-up and leased lines, satellites are over my head, excuse the pun!

Thanks,
David.
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Reply #1 - Oct 18th, 2011 at 1:46pm  
Good Afternoon Sir

I have just sent you an email regarding our new Pay-As-You-Go service, ideal for the situation you described

If you have any questions please get back to me

Dave Barnes
Bentley Walker Ltd
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