Port Harcourt 17th January 2015: Residents of Port Harcourt, the capital of Nigeria’s treasure Base, Rivers State, can now browse the internet at the fastest speed available, as Nigeria’s foremost Internet Service Provider, Spectranet, launched and activated the 4G Long-Term Evolution (4G LTE), a service that promises to redefine the life style of residents and business owners in the state.

With the launch of the 4G LTE, a standard that defines wireless communication of high-speed data for mobile phones and data terminals, Spectranet has provided Port Harcourt business owners and residents faster, reliable and affordable internet service that could lift them above current challenges caused by infrastructure deficits.

Speaking on the launch of the service in the Rivers State capital, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Spectranet 4G LTE, David Venn, said: “Today marks another milestone in our service delivery, as we bring faster, reliable and affordable internet service closer to you for a better browsing experience.


“Our principle is to connect the people to what matters most to them by providing a faster and more reliable broadband experience at unparalleled value for money.”

Speaking on the importance of the 4G LTE services as launched in Port Harcourt, Venn said: “Port Harcourt, like other cities (Lagos, Abuja and Ibadan) where we have our services is very dear to us.

“At Spectranet, we don’t just expand for the sake of expansion, but with the sole purpose of delighting our customers with unique experiences.”

In this regards he said, as market leader, Spectranet is committed to providing its teeming customers with a world class internet experience that is provided using a network of 4G LTE base stations (towers) and coverage, which currently include Lagos, Abuja, Ibadan and now Port Harcourt.”

In terms of affordability, Venn said: “We have designed plans and offerings that suit individual pockets irrespective of their income and status-whether they are students, Professionals, family, or business enterprise owners.”

Venn also spoke on Spectranet’s customer care focus, saying, “We understand the needs of our customers and subscribers very well and have kept improving our services to offer the best internet solutions in the country.”

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