AlwaysOn WiFi is a project by TheAfricanDream LLC, aimed at providing relatively fast affordable WiFi Internet to neighborhoods at parts of Koforidua.
With AlwaysOn WiFi, you can surf the web, watch videos online, send and receive emails and chat (text and or voice) at cheaper prices, using Wi-Fi.
Yes. For example, AlwaysOn WiFi is fast enough to even watch YouTube videos from 240p to 480p quality without issues or lag.
AlwaysOn is currently operating at select places. Contact us to learn more
Connect to AlwaysOn using the steps below:
In order to ensure a fast reliable connection for all users, we recommend you do heavy downloads (200Mb or more file sizes) during the night, as less users are on the network, and the download will be relatively faster.
For very big file sizes, we encourage you to contact AlwaysOn WiFi Administrators, and we'll be happy to do an off-the-WiFi download for you for free, after considering your request, content to download, and if such content meets our ToS.
One of the common issues faced by new users is the inability to open the AlwaysOn WiFi login page to enter the voucher code.
Here are steps we suggest to fix it, and they do not follow in any particular order:
NOTE: The AlwaysOn WiFi Login Page
Off-peak times are the best times to get the fastest speeds. During peak hours such as from late evening to early night, more users are on the WiFi and the internet service provider at large, thus the internet speeds might degrade.
To enjoy relatively faster browsing speeds, try using AlwaysOn WiFi at the suggested times below:
YouTube videos support from 144p video quality up to 8K. When you select a specific video quality, YouTube tries to stick to it for all your videos. However, the higher the video quality, the more likely it might be the network speed cannot stream such a quality at that point in time.
Therefore, we strongly recommend to set your YouTube player to automatically detect your network and stream the related video quality for you. As the video starts playing, even if in low quality, YouTube will automatically adjust to higher quality during the video.
To set your YouTube video to "Auto", please follow this tutorial on YouTube Support