Nigeria’s leading 4G LTE and broadband Internet services provider, Spectranet is intensifying efforts to connect its customers to innovative internet solutions with the appointment of Mr. Ajay Awasthi as its new Chief Executive Officer.

Ajay takes over from David Venn, who has been at the forefront of building Spectranet into a leading broadband Internet service provider in Nigeria, offering faster, affordable and reliable internet solutions to Nigerian homes and offices.

With over 17 years’ experience working in top positions in India’s telecommunication’s industry, Ajay looks forward to leverage Spectranet’s commitment to its customers and stakeholders and make its high quality, high-speed broadband services widely available to more internet users.

He said: “I’m delighted with my appointment as the Chief Executive Officer of Spectranet. We shall continue to introduce innovative solutions that will boost our service offerings as a leading Nigerian brand and endear us to individuals, families, and businesses.

“It’s our endeavor at Spectranet to offer faster, affordable and reliable high-speed broadband connectivity to our customers. We will continue to sustain our commitment to provide high-quality broadband services and help bridge the digital divide by reaching across to many more Nigerian families and businesses”

Ajay, who comes from a Sales & Marketing background, has a rich experience creating demand through marketing innovations, setting up multi-channel distribution network and running optimized business operations.An alumnus of the prestigious Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, Ajay is a strong believer in the power of distribution and customer service in building a sustainable customer franchise through superior levels of service quality

Speaking at the official handing over ceremony, David Venn commended the shareholders, management, and staff of Spectranet for the opportunity to serve the company. According to him, Spectranet is now well positioned to transform the quality and availability of Internet service offerings across Nigeria.

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