Operators face hurdle in network expansion plans
David Venn, chief executive officer, Spectranet, a 4G LTE internet service provider, has said that network congestion being experience by telecommunications subscribers will persist as operators are finding it difficult to carry out expansion of their network.
Stakeholders seek better policy for infrastructure deployment
Stakeholders in the telecommunications sector of the economy have urged the federal government to articulate a more business friendly policy to enable deployment and service delivery...
Operators claim 85% increase in OPEX threatens broadband target
Telecommunications operators, mainly the Tier II players, have drawn the attention of the Federal Government to the increase in network operating expenses (OPEX) in Nigeria, which they claimed had increased by 85 per cent in the last 15 months.
Spectranet bags double awards
Premier Internet Service Provider, Spectranet 4GLTE has been recognised with two awards by BusinessDay and Nigeria Communications Week for its innovative drive in the Broadband and Internet Service sector of Nigeria’s economy.
ISPs decry poor service, high rentals by tower owners
Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in the country have expressed their reservations over poor services delivered by telecommunications tower operators as well as high cost of renting towers that houses their base stations.
Stakeholders blame lack of investment in network for narrow band
More so, they are not investing in the network to be able to deliver 4G LTE service because they don’t see the prospect of return on their investment with the prevailing economic situation in the country’.
Spectranet bags third award as best broadband company
Organisers of Nigerian Telecom Awards have recognised Spectranet 4GLTE as the Broadband Company of the Year 2016. The company received the third award just one year after rebranding ...