Few weeks after the launch of its 4G LTE network, Globacom said it has extended the next generation network to a total of 33 towns across the country.
The company recently added 12 new locations: Redeemer’s University, Ede, Osun State, Ikeja, Oregun, Opebi and Isolo in Lagos; Mpape and Utako in Abuja. Others are Rukpokwu, Rumuibekwe, Eleme Junction, Woji, Eliozu, and Rumuigbo, all in Port Harcourt, Rivers State. Globacom had last week announced the rollout of 4G LTE services in Bonny, Escravos, Forcados, Abraka (Delta State University), Ekpoma (Ambrose Alli University), Okada (Igbinedion University), Agbor (College of Education), and Sapele (Western Delta University).
At launch, the cities of Lagos, Port Harcourt in Rivers State, Abuja in the Federal Capital City, Jos in Plateau State, Warri in Delta State, Eket in Akwa Ibom State, Benin City in Edo State, Yola in Adamawa State were live on the Glo 4G LTE network.
The company says that this reinforces its promise during the launch of the 4G LTE services that the roll-out to other major cities of the country would be implemented in quick succession in the days ahead. Prominent among the benefits to be enjoyed by Globacom subscribers on the 4G LTE network are free access to millions of music, video and movie on demand.
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