Airtel Nigeria 4G LTE service was recently showed up in three states in the country which are Lagos, Oyo and Ogun and with plans of spreading it to the major cities of the country in a bid to improve its administrations.
Another good thing about it is that once you switch to Airtel 4G , you will be given free 4GB data which can only be used on the 4G network which is specified in some cities in the Nigeria for now .
The Telecom giant will also credit you with 25% data bonus when you activate data plans from N500 and above for the next 3 months.
According to The Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Airtel Nigeria Segun Ogunsanya, said during the event; “With the 4G launch, Airtel will power , people, businesses and cultural advancement through technology in Ibadan, Oyo state In Nigeria.
Also the Chief Commercial Officer of Airtel Nigeria Ahmad Mokhles speaking at the event , said;
“To enjoy the Airtel 4G, you can swap your existing Airtel SIM to any Airtel 4G SIM, or afford to purchase any Airtel 4G SIM in any of our retail outlet in Ibadan , Ogun or oyo here in Nigeria. Even swap or purchase, you will instantly begin to enjoy the Airtel 4G experience. And the great part is that Airtel will gift
you a sum of 4Gb of data plus an additional
25% data bonus for next three months for plans above N500.
Indeed, Airtel is committed to strengthening its position as a true pioneer of innovation in the Nigerian telecommunications domain. This is in line with our overall corporate vision of becoming the mobile Internet service provider of first choice for every Nigerian
Indeed, Airtel is committed to growing its own position as a true pioneer of innovation in the Nigerian telecommunications domain. This is in line with our overall corporate vision of becoming the mobile Internet service provider of first choice for every Nigerian.”
Airtel’s 4G LTE which runs on Band 3 – 1800MHz with a Download speed of of 28.45 Mbps and 8.77 Mbps Upload speed is achieved as a partnership between Airtel and Chinese multinational giant—ZTE.