Nigerian CDMA operator Starcomms has expanded its mobile and fixed services to the cities of Jos and Bauchi, local newspaper Leadership Nigeria reports. Subscribers in the two cities and the surrounding areas are now able to enjoy fixed and mobile telephony, as well as data and value added services. CEO of Starcomms, Maher Qubain, noted: ‘We are committed to bringing innovative and affordable telecommunication solutions to all the cities under our network. Our subscribers in Jos and Bauchi will get value for their money through quality signals and good customer relations that will meet all their communication needs.’ He added that the network expansion is a step towards the overall objective of the company to build capacity and enable economic growth for all Nigerians in all the areas it covers.
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