Telecoms giant Globacom Nigeria has announced that about 500,000 subscribers are now on its 4G LTE network across Nigeria.
“Since the launch of the service three weeks ago, approximately 500,000 Glo subscribers have connected to the network in the locations where the network is available,” the company said.
In a statement, it also revealed that the number of locations where its 4G LTE network is live has increased to 33.
“Locations such as Ikeja, Oregun, Opebi, Isolo, Lagos State University in Lagos; Redemption Camp and Babcock University in Ogun State; Rukpokwu, Rumuibekwe, Eleme Junction, Eliozu, Woji, Rumuigbo in Rivers State; and Mpape and Utako in the FCT, Abuja can now enjoy rapid speed internet browsing on the Glo 4G LTE network,” Globacom said in a statement.
“This is coming barely a week after eight locations namely: Bonny, Escravos, Forcados, Abraka (Delta State University), Ekpoma (Ambrose Alli University), Okada (Igbinedion University), Agbor (College of Education), and Sapele (Western Delta University) were connected to the service.”
Glo 4G LTE was officially launched on October 4, 2016 and there is a competition among the various operators over who will cover the entire country first.