Smile, a new 4G LTE-touting network would soon be announcing its launch into the Nigerian market, Techloy has learnt.
The company, which promises to connect Nigerians to the Internet at speeds never experienced before with its 4G LTE technology and an innovative approach, says that its services are currently available in Ibadan, while other cities would be connected soon.
Smile offers a variety of data bundles that are designed to suit every type of user and lets you pay as you use its services. With services such as smile@me, smile@home, smile@work and smile@us, the company says it’s offering something to make all Nigerians smile.
Founded in 2007, Smile launched its first commercial network services in Kampala, Uganda in November 2009, where it provides voice and messaging services to its customers. Its LTE network is also available in South Africa and Tanzania.
We’ve reached out to the company for more information on its plans for the Nigerian market and would keep you posted as we know more.