Wi-Fi, Globacom plans Wi-Fi service across 22 Nigerian airports, Technology Times

Globacom plans Wi-Fi service across 22 Nigerian airports

Globacom plans Wi-Fi service across 22 Nigerian airports

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Globacom Limited will extend a Wi-Fi service launched recently at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA) in Lagos across Nigeria’s 22 airports, the second national operator has said.
Globacom in May this year launched what it cited as “the country’s first-ever comprehensive airport Wi-Fi facility” in partnership with the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN).
The premium Wi-Fi service will let passengers and other users of the connected airports connect to the Internet through their smartphones, tablets, laptops and other smart devices, according to the telecoms company.
In the first phase launched in Lagos, users can access the Internet at the speed of as much as 100 megabits per second anywhere around the MMIA, including the Departure, Arrival, and Executive Lounges, Ticketing and Waiting Areas as well as Passengers Welcoming lobby, Globacom says promising that, “the service would be available in 22 airports nationwide soon.”

[blockquote right=”pull-right” cite=”Globacom”]”The premium Wi-Fi service will let passengers and other users of the connected airports connect to the Internet through their smartphones, tablets, laptops and other smart devices, according to the telecoms company.” [/blockquote]

Wi-Fi, Globacom plans Wi-Fi service across 22 Nigerian airports, Technology Times
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Ashok Israni, Regional Chief Marketing Officer, Globacom explains that passengers using the airport, irrespective of the network they are on, will be able to connect to the Wi-Fi service.
On connecting, users will subsequently be directed to a subscription page where they will be able to buy a Wi-Fi data plan through three options.
The options include using an existing data plan the subscriber has with Globacom, or by recharging their line through a Glo recharge card available at the Glo kiosks at the airport, or by paying for the WIFI plan through a credit card.
The telecoms company wagers a connection speed of as much as 100 megabits per second anywhere around the MMIA and environ, for users of the Wi-Fi service.
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