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Published On: Thu, May 8th, 2014

Glo upgrade infrastructure to improve voice and data services

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glo logoBy Chris Alu

The Chief Operating Officer of Glo telecommunications Mohamed Jameel Globacom has said that subscribers of the network will soon begin to enjoy best quality in voice and data services.

According to him, the company is seriously upgrading its infrastructures and swapping old base stations with new ones in order to position the company’s network to deliver best quality service that is comparable to any network anywhere in the world.

Jamell who addressed the media in company of top Glo executives, said that by the time the project is completed, Globacom would have completely swapped old components on the network across the nation with state-of-the-art network software and hardware.

He said that the upgrade after completion will have 90 percent 3G coverage, which will be the first in the industry, making it possible for Glo data subscribers across the country to experience significant service enhancement. He added that the project should be completed by the second quarter of the year.

‘ having played a prominent role in the first telecom revolution in the country, I tell you that Globacom is now ready to lead Nigeria into the second revolution, which will be an explosive ICT broadband growth across Nigeria in the next three decades, he stated.

Adding that “Globacom will be the biggest player in the second telecommunication revolution in Nigeria. We are converting every cell site in Nigeria into broadband. We regret any inconvenience our subscribers might have experienced in the process of the unprecedented network upgrade and expansion. After rain comes sunshine. Nigerians will enjoy the massive transformation on the Glo network after the expansion and modernization exercise”, said Mr Jameel.


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