Stanley Jegede

By Kokumo Goodie, Lagos, Nigeria

West Africa’s largest independent fibre optic infrastructure and telecommunications services provider, Phase3 Telecom, said at the weekend that it had upgraded its communications solutions offering to the operations of Adam Smith West Africa.

It added that the facility included high-speed internet protocol (IP) and other telecommunications services to connect their several operations.

This enhanced agreement expands the scope of the on-going relationship between the companies as Phase3 continues to serve as Adam Smith’s telecommunications services provider in the region.

Adam Smith as a premier professional services company; will take greater advantage of Phase3's robust infrastructure, network capacity, resilient service and coverage to enhance communications on projects that support economic growth and government reform in the region.

With the services provided by Phase3, Adam Smith West Africa Operations will rely on Phase3’s capacity to interconnect its operations with their other sites over a dedicated link as Phase3 offers its services in several locations in the country.

Stanley Jegede, Phase3 Chief Executive Officer, said the firm will continue ensure the firm enjoy quality services. He said, “We are honoured to be the choice brand for Adam Smith West Africa Operations, to provide IP and telecommunications services for their several offices; we will continue to ensure they enjoy quality of service and exceptional customer experience. Phase3 is committed to ensuring dedicated network reach and the delivery of winning solutions and performances that will boost Adam Smith’s and Phase3’s huge client base business objectives and goals in the region.”

Phase3 is uncompromising in its aim of ensuring existent and potential clients across West Africa, leverage the investments it has made in its aerial fibre network to make them more successful in their business operations.


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