Smile Telecoms takes services to Kaduna, Onitsha, Asaba
To avail more Nigerians of its 4G LTE Internet services, Smile Nigeria has extended its operations to the cities of Kaduna, Onitsha and Asaba. By this action, Smile has ensured the availability of broadband service for the inhabitants of these three vital and strategic cities.
Deploying the 4G LTE, which is the latest, most advanced and most flexible global technological standard for wireless data communications, and represents a big change when compared to older technologies such as 3G, Smile’s network coverage has remained a great delight to its customers.
Smile Chief Marketing Officer, Alero Ladipo, said: “The network expansion that saw us in three major Nigerian cities almost at a go reaffirms our belief in Nigeria and our determination to serve Nigerians.”
According to the goal of the firm is to provide Nigerian broadband Internet users with speed, quality, reliability and simplicity, stressing that the Smile’s vision of becoming the broadband Internet provider of choice in Nigeria has guided it in everything from the selection of people and partners to choosing the best technologies and creating innovative and relevant products and services.
Ladipo assured Smile customers in Kaduna, Onitsha and Asaba of unmatched services “We will continue to share the promise of digital citizenship with millions of Nigerians.”
She however, implored Smile customers especially those in Kaduna, Onitsha and Asaba who wish to constantly experience Smile’s speed, quality and reliability to feel free to contact the firm’s customer care center or visit.
Having launched Africa’s first 4G LTE network in Tanzania in 2012 and operating another successful network in Uganda, Smile started in Nigeria in 2012 with its Ibadan network rollout. Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt and Benin City followed in quick succession. Among other innovations, Smile’s network is designed to be ‘plug and play’, allowing Smile to respond to changing demand patterns by installing fully operational base stations in a matter of days, avoiding the loss of speed, quality and reliability associated with overloaded base stations on traditional networks.
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