Globacom has rolled out Nigeria’s first commercial world-class nationwide mobile Fourth Generation Long Term Evolution (4G LTE) network across the six geo-political zones simultaneously. This follows a successful multi-dimensional test-run of the advanced network consistent with its numerous pioneering roles in Nigeria’s telecommunication industry.
National carrier, Globacom, yesterday launched a world-class mobile 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) network which it said will cover the entire country
Subscribers in key locations such as Lagos, Port Harcourt, Abuja the Federal Capital Territory, Jos, Warri, Eket, Benin City, Yola and Zaria can access the service immediately, while the network will be made available to other cities within a short period of time.
“We are pleased to once again play a leading role in empowering Nigerians with world class data services, helping to close the digital divide. In the last one and a half years, the people of this great country have spoken repeatedly by making Globacom the largest data network in new subscriptions.
“The best we can do for our people who believe in us and made us their number one data network is to give them the best technology. What we are offering is the new speed of life,” Kamaldeen Shonibare head, corporate sales, Globacom