Nigerian carrier services provider Phase3 Telecom and Dancom Technologies have announced a partnership deal set to boost broadband services in the country.
They said in a joint press statement they would upgrade their respective networks in order to “provide robust transmission services to deliver reliable broadband services to individual end-users and businesses”.
Stanley Jegede, Phase3 Telecom CEO, said both firms, “have made extensive investment to deliver transmission services that will enhance and ensure that high-quality broadband services are available to all users and businesses in line with global realities of today”.
Telecom experts are excited about the IT and telecom infrastructure boost in Nigeria. They believe the partnership will lead to others to push for similar endeavours.
“We realise that there is an increasing requirement for broadband services in Nigeria in line with global development and we at Phase3 Telecom are ready to facilitate the effective delivery of (the) same to businesses and all other users using our reliable aerial fiber optic network. This informs our partnership with Dancom Technologies which has resulted in the development of one of the most robust and extensive fiber optic network coverage in the country. We are ready to lead the broadband revolution and ensure that we help Nigerians enjoy the benefits and comfort of broadband connection,” Jegede said.
Boye Olusanya, Dancom Technologies CEO, said both companies have installed advanced technologies to meet customers’ expectations.
“Our aim has always been to provide quality service to our customers. In driving this, we have invested significantly in the latest technologies that can deliver required services to our customers. This investment, coupled with our use of aerial fibre as well as our partnership with Phase3, allows us to meet and surpass the quality threshold we set for ourselves,” he said.