MainOne committed to helping businesses grow in Nigeria

Business telecommunications provider MainOne is optimistic about the future of business in Nigeria; and as the West African nation goes into a new year with a new leader and administration, the company is committed to facilitating the nation's future.

“MainOne has received various permits from the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), including International Submarine Cable Infrastructure and Landing Station License; Metropolitan Fiber Cable Network Licenses, operational in Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt, Nigeria, and Internet Service Provision License, currently undergoing renewal," MainOne General Counsel Kazeem Oladepo said. "In January 2015, the NCC also announced MainOne, together with its consortium, as the preferred bidder for the award of the license for the operation of the Metropolitan Fiber Infrastructure Co. for Lagos region, for a potential term of 20 years. We are currently working with the authorities to finalize that license which will vigorously expedite broadband deployment and roll out in Nigeria via the NCC’s Open Access model.”

MainOne is committed to investment opportunities to launch and maintain ISP services throughout Nigeria. Oladepo added MainOne strives to be socially responsible while providing reliable broadband services in Nigeria as a result of its achievements in broadband.

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