The Cost Of Data Bundle In Ghana Is Preventing Ghanaians From Streaming Songs – Blogger Shyblogafrica Laments


The Cost Of Data Bundle In Ghana Is Preventing Ghanaians From Streaming Songs – Blogger Shyblogafrica Laments, Few years down the line and internet bundle offers over all the networks have surged drastically.

The average man finds it so difficult to access the internet these days and the amount of money spent on this is disheartening

Ghanaian Blogger and digital marketer, ShyBlogAfrica recently through research has discovered how this series of changes has affected the music industry drastically in Ghana with the public reluctant to download songs on various streaming platforms

Artistes of recent even face challenges posting their songs on these streaming platforms because the high cost of the internet offers Comparing the streaming of Ghanaian artistes and that of the outside world he found a vast difference with Ghana’s own been drastically low due to our high internet offers.

Comparing our data charges to those of our neighboring countries, the major reason that was reached was our current economic instability which has caused a surge in almost everything.

Those in the western world who have uninterrupted data most definitely lead the streaming charts Industry players, artistes, influencers and everyone needs to take a serious note of how this is affecting the industry.

We are currently loosing a lot on the streaming charts as various fan bases of our artistes are not able to stream their music as much as they would want to due to our high data charges

Upon research the Blogger made a valid claim that could help the music industry thrive. Upon findings, he proposed that service providers release a special subscription for artistes in the industry to better ease their burdens as it has become now.

The Leaders and Stakeholders on the industry alongside these service providers could take up this info to better the industry

Big ups to the Blogger for such insight in this present time of need

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