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Nigeria: 200 Metrotaxis in Lagos get free Wi-Fi

June 25, 2015 • Mobile and Telecoms, Top Stories, West Africa

MetroTaxi Lagos

Smile Communications Nigeria and auto service firm Metro-taxi have activated free Wi-Fi in over 200 MetroTaxis in Lagos. (Image Source: http://techpoint.ng/).

Smile Communications Nigeria and auto service firm Metro-taxi have activated free Wi-Fi in over 200 MetroTaxis in Lagos. At the official announcement of the partnership, Alero Ladipo, ‎chief marketing officer, Smile Communications Nigeria, described the feat as a partnership designed to redefine life style among Metro-taxi passengers.

According to pulse.ng, Ladipo stated that the partnership was in line with Smile’s philosophy and will enable the teeming customers of Metrotaxi to fully benefit from Internet access.

Ladipo added that: “Smile Communications Nigeria Limited is uniquely famous for its transformative objective of using the best and most innovative technologies to provide its customers with high quality, easy to use and affordable communication services.”

“A lot of people think about The Internet from utility point of view. We are reinforcing the view that people should remain connected to the internet while on the go. The internet is about a more productive lifestyle. In spite of the strata of the society you belong, you should live a connected life. That is what Smile is advocating.”

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