Globacom network has revealed that plans are on to extend 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) mobile networks to more locations in Nigeria.
Kamaldeen Shonibare, Globacom Head, Post Paid, dissolved this at the 2016 Lagos International Trade Fair organized by Lagos Chamber of Commerce & Industry (LCCI) held recently. He explained that the telecommunication company plans to extend its 4G LTE mobile network to more locations in order to make more Nigerians experience the seamless revolution that 4G LTE brings.
“Without mincing words, the Glo 4G LTE is the first nationwide 4G LTE mobile network in Nigeria. It is the fastest data network in Nigeria. It is the fastest data network in Nigeria and is available in over 33 locations in the country. Plans are on to extend the advanced network to many more locations across the country.
“I enjoin those who are not on the Globacom network to speedily join to experience gilt edged products and offerings at pocket friendly rates.”
He added that Globacom remains committed to offering quality products and services to its customers. “As the game changer in the telecommunication industry, we have always made the provision of quality products at affordable rates our watchword. You will all recall the per second billing which we pioneered at inception and how it brought down the prohibitive costs of telecommunications in the country. This is still our forte to today and rational for all our activations.” he said.
Dr. Nike Akande, the president of LCCI on her on part applauded Globacom’s innovative drive, she therefore urge the company to remain focus in delivering quality services to its numerous customers despite the economic recession in the country..
“Globacom limited is a leading indigenous telecommunications company in Nigeria with innovative products and services that drive financial inclusion through mobile money platforms, enterprise solutions and specialized products for SMEs and public sector institutions. Today, we are glad to join the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Globacom Limited, Chief Mike Adenuga in celebrating the advancement of telecommunication services in Nigeria.
“Latest figures from the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has shown that Glo Network is a preferred network having retained its industry lead in new lines subscription after amasing about 5 million new subscribers between June 2015 and June 2016. This represents a growth of 68 Per cent. The Services sector of the economy will need to be more proactive to deliver exceptional and unique value to Customers even in the face of harsh economic conditions.” She said.
Subscribers in Lagos, Port Harcourt, Abuja as well as Jos in Plateau State, Warri in Delta State, Eket in Akwa Ibom State, Benin City in Edo State, Yola in Adamawa State and Zaria in Kaduna State already have the opportunity to connect to Glo 4G LTE network.