Saturday, 22 July 2017
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SMILE Nigeria expands, rolls out 4G LTE network in Benin City

African 4G LTE broadband network  provider, Smile Communications, have taken new steps to expand its operations in Nigeria.

The company has made access to its 4G LTE network available to residents of Benin City and its environs in Edo state. As a result, people living in the city will be able to enjoy faster internet access and other communication benefits attached to it.

Chief Marketing Officer of Smile Communications Nigeria Limited, Alero Ladipo, assured that the company is committed to providing the best customer experience on the network.

“Our main objective in Smile is to ensure our customers have a memorable experience while on the internet. A cus­tomer must enjoy the simplicity of the service. We adapt quickly and innovate constantly, passing on the benefits to our customers through quality, simplicity and reliability,”

she said.

She explained that Smile’s entry into Benin City follows its earlier launch in Ibadan, Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt.

She pointed out that Smile has on a consistent basis provided high quality 4G LTE broadband Internet accesses that is quite affordable.

She added that the launch in Benin gives practical expression to Smile’s objective of using the best and most innovative technologies to provide its customers with high quality, easy to use and affordable communication services. Smile will also enable its customers to fully ben­efit from the Internet world in several ways, she said.

With this latest launch of Smile services, residents of Benin City would henceforth join other Nigerians in enjoying the most reliable and consistent online experience in the country, she said.

Smile Communications aims to offer clear voice services and have national coverage comparable to the largest 3G network in each of its current countries of operation by the end of the year.

The company offers its communications services in Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda and South Africa. Smile says it will launch its broadband network in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) early in 2016.