Back in March 2016, Intercellular Nigeria Plc announced the signing of a partnership with Chinese telecoms and networking equipment maker, Huawei to transform its CDMA network to LTE Broadband.
At the time, the time table for the completion of the project and the eventual rollout of the 4G LTE network weren’t made public but it seems it has been completed, and even launched, albeit under a different brand.
The new brand is InterC Network and it has officially launched its 4G LTE network today, August 23, 2016.
The 4G LTE service will enable customers experience the most reliable and superfast mobile Internet connections.
These customers will also enjoy clear data calls from their data bundle and other value-added services on the network.
As for businesses, they stand to enjoy reliable, high-quality Internet solutions to keep them connected all day, everyday.
The 4G LTE service is currently available to customers in Abuja, Port Harcourt and Kaduna. Plans are underway to launch in other parts of the country.
Inter C’s mission is to provide Nigerians with best-in-class technology, and invest and collaborate with partners to keep its promise of delivering true broadband experience to its customers.