Globacom begins fixed line services in Lagos and Abuja

13 Aug 2008

Globacom has revealed it has begun commercial fixed line services in Lagos and Abuja. The COO of Glo Broad Access, Globacom’s fixed line arm, Martin Olowonihi said: ‘Retail sales to individuals and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) is also ready in Lagos where copper work is almost completed. Over 50,000 lines will be available in Lagos, while twelve other cities will soon benefit because the copper works for the metro rings have reached advanced stages. With the infrastructure almost ready throughout Lagos, we will very soon be offering the much awaited ADSL services to individuals, SMEs and corporates.’

Nigeria, Globacom (Glo Nigeria),

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