Airtel Nigeria Finally Rolled Out 4GLTE Service

At first I was really disappointed on why is Airtel operating at a slow pace with working on a "new speed of internet connection" named LTE after all other networks have gone so much far in rolling out their 4G Service?


MTN Rolled out theirs last year being the first telecommunication that will switch to 4GLTE in Nigeria giving their subscribers something more to enjoy when it comes to Speedy internet connection. Glo follow suit if I could vividly remember and Etisalat makes their matching order.

Without thinking about them, Airtel Didn't even bother to fast the release of theirs as I thought they will be releasing something specular than other networks (I hope so).


They are still under constructive testing and observation about Airtel 4GLTE service in Lagos so I believe if all set, it will be rolled out to other states in Nigeria.


Here is what PunchNG reports Reads--

Lagos that the roll out of the technology was in partnership with ZTE, a Chinese multinational telecommunications equipment/systems company.

He said that in December 2012, Airtel was the first telecommunications operator in the country to complete a successful 4G trial in Lagos.

According to him, this is in line with the company’s commitment to pioneer innovation and lead a mobile internet revolution in Nigeria.

So which among these Networks did u prefer it's 4GLTE? Share this with friends..

Source; PunchNG

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