Spectranet, a leading Internet Service provider, has once again, been adjudged the best 4G LTE Internet service provider at the recently concluded 2022 edition of the Beacon of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) awards.
Editor-in-Chief of Nigeria Communication Week, Ken Nwogbo, stated that Spectranet emerged winner in the “Best 4G LTE Internet Provider of the Year” category through the voting process that was concluded recently.
Responding to the award, Chief Executive Officer of Spectranet, Ajay Awasthi, dedicated it to the subscribers that have stayed with Spectranet over the years, saying: “Our subscribers are the reason we always strive to put our best foot forward. We appreciate every feedback about our service and we are committed to ensuring customer satisfaction always”. The Trumpet Gathered
Speaking on Spectranet’s commitment to offering high-speed, affordable and reliable Internet, Awasthi added: “In keeping with the trend to watch OTT content on smart TVs requiring high speed data with high degree of availability Spectranet has expanded its internet services to Fixed Broadband through “Home Fiber” (FTTH) and “Fiber on Air” (FOA) technologies.
He described them as high quality ultra-broadband technologies that deliver reliable, high-speed, UNLIMITED DATA with higher degree of consistency than the mobile broadband.
“We have made huge financial and technical investments in line with our business philosophy of ensuring that our customers continue to have the best internet connection in their offices, homes, and on the go.”
Users of Spectranet’sHome Fiber (FTTH) and Fiber on Air (WTTH) services can simultaneously stream videos, play online games, and download/upload large files at a fast speed.
Describing the Home Fiber and Fiber on Air services as being perfect for homes, Awasthi said both services are now available in over 100 estates in Lagos and Abuja.
He concluded by thanking the organisers of the BoICT Award and commended them as responsible media house, adding: “The award was organised by the Nigeria Communication’s Week with the theme: “Impact of Block Chain Technology in a digitised Nigeria.”
The lecture was delivered by Co-Founder/Chief Technical Officer, Digital Encode Limited, Dr. Oluseyi Akindeinde, while Managing Director of Rack Centre, Dr. Ayotunde Coker, chaired the event.
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