Nigerian telecom operator Globacom, has taken fixed line services on its Broadaccess network to the nation’s third largest city Ibadan. The company aims to offer voice, data transmission and internet services. Globacom will also offer broadcast TV, call centre services, video conferencing, video-on-demand, games and video mail boxes.Some customers are already connected to the Glo Broadaccess network in the city. Fixed line services currently cover residential, commercial and industrial areas, including Agodi, Federal Secretariat Road, Jericho, Cocoa House, Adamasingba, Fajuyi Road, Lebanon Street and Awolowo Way.
Globacom launched their Broadaccess network in Lagos recently, following a rollout of fibre rings across the country and infrastructure installation in major cities.
The statement also said, “The network which provides data communication technology that enables faster data transfers begins to operate immediately in high density traffic areas of Ibadan. But we plan to rapidly expand and bring the service to the doorsteps of all potential subscribers as soon as possible.”