Our Company

iBurst Africa: Wireless Internet Service Provider (ISP) in Ghana

Our history:

iBurst Africa uses international technology to deliver mobile broadband internet services in Africa. iBurst Africa has been operational as a wireless Internet Service Provider in Ghana since 2007 and is now available in Mozambique, DRC and Kenya.

Our mission

To be the preferred gateway for data communication by offering innovative products, at affordable prices, with the highest levels of customer service, whilst building shareholder value.

Reasons to choose iBurst Africa as your wireless ISP in Ghana

iBurst users worldwide have found that there are three main reasons to choose this technology.

  • iBurst Africa offers the speed of DSL in a mobile environment. Thanks to frequency interference reduction, users obtain stable speeds that are faster than other mobile Internet offerings.
  • iBurst offers a new kind of portability and freedom that traditional wired networks cannot offer. Within the area of the base station network closest to you, you can maintain this connection in an always-on mode. You no longer need to wait until you get to a location which provides connectivity.
  • Our pay as you go offering allows for simple, flexible top-up without being tied into a contract. Our traffic-based system ensures that you only pay for your traffic on the Internet not for merely the time spent online. In addition, our connect & go! vouchers don't expire.

Empowering Ghana:


To date, iBurst Africa has invested 4 million US dollars into Ghana's wireless internet service to ensure superior coverage and speed in Accra. This investment also brings significant benefits to uplifting communities by boosting economic growth. iBurst Africa’s corporate commitment of providing internet access to disadvantaged communities will be rolled out as part of iBurst Africa’s extensive CSI programme.

Our people


We strive to become the leading provider (ISP) of wireless internet services and telecommunications in Africa and recognise that such a vision needs to be attained through our people.

Our values
  • Teamwork
  • Ownership
  • Passion
  • Innovation
  • Serious but fun

We expect staff to work hard and to be serious about customer service and be passionate about delivering simple, value-added solutions to our clients.

Opportunities for talent

Our rapid expansion means that we need passionate talent to be part of this dynamic team. Please send your cv to hr@iburstafrica.com. Should you not hear from iBurst Africa, your application has not been successful.

Our Partners

Kyocera

Kyocera

The Kyocera group consists of Kyocera Corporation, 145 subsidiaries and 16 affiliates.

Founded in 1959 as a company specialising in the production of fine ceramic components, Kyocera has expanded its’ business by effectively developing and applying its ceramics knowledge to new technologies.

Today, the group is a leading supplier of solar energy systems, telecommunications equipment, semiconductor packages, electronic components, cameras, laser printers, copiers and industrial ceramics.

Kyocera has been co-developing next-generation base stations with ArrayComm since 1998 and is one of iBurst Africa’s suppliers of iBurst Africa’s base stations and user terminals.

 

GhanaTelecom

Ghana Telecom

Ghana Telecom is one of the largest employers in the country employing close to 4,000 Ghanaians.  The company’s operations are a source of employment for communication center operators and agents who retail the Ghana Telecom payphone, recharge and top-up cards.

As the industry leader, we provide the country’s telecommunication infrastructure which serves as the backbone for economic growth and development.

Accessibility of telecommunication services nationwide enhances the decentralization process of government activities; especially with regards to grassroots participation.

Ghana Telecom's satellite earth station at Nkutunse facilitates the telecast of news items from any location worldwide.  Similarly, Ghana Telecom's telephone and  telecommunication infrastructure helps the public make use of advanced information technology applications for long distance learning, e-banking, e-business etc.