By Kokumo Goodie, Lagos, Nigeria
Nigerian internet service provider Spectranet Limited has announced that it has launched long term evolution (LTE) or 4G services to its customers in Abuja, promising to replicate the same feat across the nation.
Director of the firm, Ezekiel Fatoye, said LTE wireless broadband has been making global strides, registering the highest growth across all technologies and delivering a cutting edge experience to users, adding that the firm has decided to take the technology to Abuja.
According to him, the firm’s commitment to customer-centricity reliability, flexibility, responsiveness, innovative products and services will herald a new and exciting experience for customers in the country. He said the company offers high bandwidth of up to 4 mega bytes per second (Mbps) and above with data downloads as high as 30 gigabytes (Gb) and above.
Fatoye who spoke in Lagos said: “Today, reliable and fast access to the internet is no more a luxury but a necessity. Broadband has a direct impact on country’s growth, proved time and again in many countries and across continents. We at Spectranet are committed to bringing best in class internet services to our country and help customers to experience and enjoy what the world is experiencing and enjoying. We have plans suiting every customer, ranging from corporates to individuals, and we are committed to bringing great value to every user in the country.”