With over 14 million contented customers in 20 different countries, Lycamobile ensures that your national and international calls are cheaper, keeping you on the phone to your loved ones for less.
Ghana SIM card
Simply place your Lycamobile SIM card in to your mobile phone, switch it on, top-up your Lycamobile account, and you are ready to start! You can now make and receive calls and texts at our fantastic national and international rates.
Calling Ghana from the UK?
If you are new to Lycamobile, you need simply request your free SIM online via our UK website. Other great benefits include our ‘refer a friend’ program, international credit transfers, and donations to the charity of your choice, as well as much, much more!
Ghana calling plans
Ghana is a leader as far as being the first to privatize the incumbent-operator, and was a pioneer in creating mobile telephony and data services. Moreover, it was amongst the first on the continent to link to the Internet. Though fixed-line infrastructure demands extensive investment, the healthy mobile market has made certain that Internet distribution is substantially high.
By liberalizing and deregulating its telecom division, Ghana proved its strength in the sector. The privatization of Ghana Telecom, GT, in 1996 was the channel for outstanding productivity in market competition across the fixed-line, Internet, and mobile divisions. Modified international linkage together with the performance of national fibre optic backbone-networks by a number of players is continuing to revolutionize the country’s broadband market and open doors for the junction of technologies and services.
The government has made increasing efforts in the last few years to expand Internet availability via a network of public access channels and international connectivity has increased radically as a result. A fifth-submarine cable in 2013 has assisted with reducing the price of bandwidth to a tenth of what it was in 2007. Decreased prices have been passed to the consumer, with Ghana Telecom being one of a few operators who have invested in national networks to expand broadband availability extensively into rural areas.