MTN Nigeria Launches 4G+ in cities



Thursday, June 27,2019

Determined to offer top class provider to its clients across the country, MTN Nigeria Communications Plc on Tuesday launched 4G+ in three cities of Lagos, Abuja and Port-Harcourt.

MTN 4G+ runs on 4G LTE superior technology, using a combination of the currently acquired 800 megahertz (MHz) spectrum and 2600 MHz.

The delivered spectrum and superior technology lengthen the reach and potential of MTN’s statistics network in Nigeria and it permits speeds of up to 200 Mbps.

A 30-minute HD video could take as little as three minutes to down load on 4G+, whilst the identical video would take around eight minutes to down load on fashionable 4G.

The service, which grew to become handy right now after the launch, will supply much higher broadband speeds, a greater consistent connection and great enchancment in indoor coverage.
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The network’s Chief Operating Officer, Mazen Mroue, said: “It’s about the customer. We put the patron at the coronary heart of the entirety that we do.”

He described the launch as a herbal evolution from MTN’s already speedy and dependable 4G community and further demonstrates the company’s dedication to continued investment in technological know-how that caters to the current and future wants of its customers and country.

Mroue said: “At MTN, we trust that anybody deserves the benefits of a modern linked life. With this enhancement, our customers in covered areas can count on faster downloads and uploads, and higher looking and streaming experiences.

“The successful launch of our 4G+ community is a momentous occasion, which advances our quest to supply world-class carrier to our customers.”

To set off the provider and revel in a new digital experience, customers want an MTN Standard 4G SIM, the enhancements of which are accessible nationwide.

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