Eko residents to enjoy fast wireless broadband services

MainOne Cable has already installed submarine cable and Tier III data centre in Lagos.

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The Minister of Communications Technology said Lagosians will begin to experience to excellent broadband services in the planned project by the licensed Infrastructure companies (InfraCos).

Lagos, the commercial nerve center of Nigeria, will be handled by MainOne Cable.

Dr. Omobola Johnson- The Minister of Communications Technology, while speaking on the innovative project said “as part of Nigeria’s drive to attract additional investments into the country’s vibrant Information Communications Technology (ICT) industry, the country would be focusing on the Open Access Model, which has been adopted for the licensing round. Beneficiaries of the licenses shall get tax holidays to encourage the Infracos to invest and guarantee adequate returns on investments.”

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