One week after it formally launched its 4G LTE nationwide network, national operator, Globacom, has connected eight more cities to the advanced network.
Reacting to recent industry reports which affirmed Glo as the network of choice for new internet subscribers, the respondents mentioned the speed and reliability of connectivity as well as the unmatched value offerings available on the network’s data plans as major attractions to Glo.
“Currently, Nigeria is set to regain her leadership position in the comittee of nations with the fresh wind of democratic change blowing across the country. It is hoped that the country’s vast resources would be judiciously harnessed for rapid industrialization and growth propelled by good governance,” Globacom noted.
Globacom and CNN International have reaffirmed commitment to promote African growth and development through their strategic collaboration.
Globacom is set to boost subscribers’ data roaming experience with the launch of its Wi-Fi roaming service.
Glo has moved to excite the Value Added Services (VAS) market in Nigeria with several repackaged offerings on the platform in voice, web, text and video channels.
Globacom is currently enjoying the trust of the business community in Nigeria as a provider of choice, as the indigenous telecom company has cornered the largest share of the country’s enterprise solutions market.
Nigerian Information and Communications Technology (ICT) leading firm, Globacom, has emerged the leader in the corporate enterprise sector of the market in the country.
Globacom has been recognised for all round achievement in the telecoms sector in Nigeria, as the telecoms company was adjudged the “Telecoms Company of the Year 2014” award, at the Daily Independent Newspapers awards ceremony in Abuja, recently.
Competition in West Africa’s telecommunications market is expected to intensify following plans by Globacom, Nigeria’s national carrier, to acquire Ivorian mobile operator, Comium Cote d’Ivoire, in a $600 million deal, informed sources have said.