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Tuesday, 4 October 2016

MTN 4G LTE now Live

Nigeria’s quest to achieve the 30 percent national Broadband penetration by 2018 has received a major boost with the launch of MTN’s 4G LTE service. With the launch of the service, MTN’s subscribers can now enjoy optimized wireless 4G broadband and high-speed browsing experience which is the fastest and most futuristic mobile internet access available in Nigeria today.

According to MTN’s Chief Marketing Officer, Rahul De, the deployment of 4G LTE will not only enhance MTN subscribers’ browsing experience but would also key-in to the national objective of attaining 30 percent Broadband penetration by 2018. “We are excited to officially announce the roll-out of MTN 4G LTE services to our esteemed subscribers.

The service supports most LTE devices, and leveraging on our network promises to be the widest LTE coverage in Nigeria. With the acquisition of the 2.6GHZ spectrum earlier this year, our objective was clear: to build capacity to accommodate 4G LTE into our services because it is the fastest wireless internet connection available today. In fulfilling that objective, we have embarked on aggressive optimization of our sites to beef up our capacity to take on the 4G LTE challenge.

Presently, the service is available in Abuja, Lagos and Port Harcourt, with plans to roll-out to other parts of the country very soon,” he said. Speaking further, Rahul called on subscribers to visit the nearest MTN customer centre in the three cities to upgrade their SIM cards to U-SIMs to enable them enjoy the 4G service. He also added that switching to MTN 4G LTE will not attract additional tariffs for subscribers. MTN’s 4GLTE Broadband servicealsocomes with MI-FI device that canbepurchased atthenearest MTN friendshipcentre and allows for multiple userseither at home or office.

24 comments:

Odibe Blessing said...

Nice one!

NaijaDeltaBabe said...

Nice one


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vinna saviour said...

Aiit seen

Mathilda said...

But it's not yet working on my android, ohhhh now i see i have to upgrade my sim, story 4 d gods, i ain't gat time 4 dat

livingstone chibuike said...

Seen

Eddy Ogbunambala said...

Good stuff

Eleojo Blessing said...

Nice one

Uju Phil said...

The surest network so far, though your substation is exorbitant, but it's worth the pay! #EverywhereuGo

Nakky the Primitive Geologist from Mbaise said...

Y only this 3 cities all of the time.... Please when will it reach owerri....

Vincent Salau said...

I am new here and hey nice but not a fan of the network.

Papa Adindu said...

Cool..they just need more customers buh good technic tho

dotun adepetun said...

How much?? All this na grammar!

okechukwu nnoduechi said...

GOOD TO SEE








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christie benjamin said...

cool stuff

Cirphrank iWrite said...

Issokay! The only question now is when this goes fully functional, shall it be anything near lovely? Hmm... Or we just going to get our necks chopped off for necklace, price-wise.



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Ogbewe Godfrey said...

Noted

lawrence odede said...

With glo awuf 6gb for 2k? ain't going nowhere even if it is 60G

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Juliet Iwuno said...

Remaining Etisalat & Airtel. Linda take note!

Anonymous said...

On Glo,N2000 now gives you 7.5GB and N1000 gives 3.2GB

Sixkobo said...

Yes, Glo 4G LTE and MTN 4G LTE need sim upgrade but Etisalat 4G LTE can work on any Sim that's just the issue and Naija has no chill to upgrade Sim.

Fran6 said...

Everytime Abuja, Lagos and PH. Are those the only cities in Nigeria? Mchewww!

Fran6 said...

Nigeria @dis tech age is still using capped bundled plans. I'm still waiting for the first company that'll offer unlimited plans

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