Etisalat Nigeria launches broadband in Akure

Easyblaze will allow users to download content at speeds of up to 42Mbps.
Easyblaze will allow users to download content at speeds of up to 42Mbps.
Easyblaze will allow users to download content at speeds of up to 42Mbps.


Etisalat Nigeria has launched its 3.75G ‘easyblaze' mobile broadband services in Akure.

This offering from the telco aims to improve the experience of Etisalat's subscriber base in the city, and allow them to meet communication needs through very fast connectivity.

Etisalat Nigeria's chief commercial officer, Wael Ammar, said: "The launch of the 3.75G platform promises changes that will enhance multimedia functionality, high speed mobile broadband and internet access, allowing users to make video calls, watch live videos, send and receive emails and download music from their devices."

The easyblaze network offers maximum download speeds of up to 42Mbps.

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