Globacom, Nigeria’s second largest mobile operator by subscribers, has expanded its 4G LTE network to a further eight cities, following the commercial launch of the service earlier this month.
The high speed data offering is now available in Okada (Igbinedion University), Ekpoma (Ambrose Alli University), Bonny, Escravos, Forcados, Abraka (Delta State University), Agbor (College of Education), and Sapele (Western Delta University), adding to the existing 4G footprint of Lagos, Port Harcourt, Abuja, Jos, Warri, Eket, Benin City, Yola and Zaria. A wide selection of LTE data tariffs are offered by the company, with 30-day plans ranging in price from NGN1,000 (USD3.2) for an allowance of 3.2GB, to NGN18,000 for 90GB.

‘Our commitment is to give Nigerians access to this advanced network wherever they may be located in this country. It’s a lot of investment, but Globacom is committed to making sure that our subscribers can enjoy the best of telecommunications services at home, at work or on the move,’ commented Kamaldeen Shonibare, Globacom’s head of Corporate Sales.