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Visafone Eyes N600 Billion Broadband Market

By on April 12, 2012

The Chairman of Visafone, Jim Ovia, has revealed that the voice and data communications company is positioning itself in order to take advantage of the immense opportunities in the Nigerian telecommunications sector.

In order to achieve this, Ovia disclosed that the company is investing billions of Naira on expanding its voice and data network, and Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology for proliferation of mobile broadband across the country.

Ovia said, “I believe the aggressive Internet penetration will lead to economic growth of Nigeria and is the future. We will drive this by investing in the infrastructure ahead of time to reap the benefits.”

It is estimated that by 2015, Nigerians would be using wireless broadband services worth N 600 billion.

He added: “We will continue to partner and engage with you very closely towards delivering a superlative mobile broadband experience to our customers and ensure we garner a significant market share of that pie leading to high returns for all of you.”

“We shall also aspire to pioneer innovative solutions in the marketplace with pocket-friendly solutions and offerings. We are also set to introduce new and exciting devices through our network, including tablets and affordable smart phones.”