Satellite internet service provider, Frecom, has responded positively to reports of the absence of internet at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium and will provide the media with free WiFi during the CAF Confederation Cup clash between Kumasi Asante Kotoko on Saturday.
Following reports by 442gh.com and commentaries on influential Kumasi-based radio station Fox FM and other media houses in Kumasi, the internet service providers have jumped to the rescue of journalists by showing up to provide free WiFi during the titanic clash between the Porcupine Warriors and the Kenyan side.
The Baba Yara Sports Stadium will, therefore, for the first time after 24 months, be impregnated with free flow of internet as journalists, both foreign and local, enjoy free flow of internet connectivity to facilitate their work.
Frecom is a satellite internet connection with a Dish similar to vsat that provides unlimited internet 24/7.
This internet connection is straight from Space and one doesn’t need any network provider connect.
Frecom comes with different packages providing subscribers with numerous options.
Frecom has amazingly been designed in a special way which can resist the weather even when it’s raining cats and dogs.
The sad thing, however, is that, the facility will only be available for the period of the game and will be out of use afterwards.
The National Sports Authority is therefore expected to grab the opportunity to iron out a deal with the service providers to ensure unlimited flow of internet at the stadium.