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Airtel Introduces New Home Broadband Internet Booster For Nigerian Consumers

Foremost telecommunications industry player, Airtel Nigeria has launched a new Home Broadband Internet booster, a superior device  which promises better improved and superior quality Internet service delivery to telecom consumers in Nigeria’s market.

The new device known as the Airtel ODU (Outdoor Unit) Smartbox is yet another milestone in the company’s bid to continually enhance home broadband experience for telecom subscribers on its network.

According  to the leading service provider, the launch of Airtel ODU Smartbox, which rides on its expansive and modernized 4G network, will further deepen broadband connectivity in homes and offices across the country, giving customers the freedom to do more as well as become more productive.

The Airtel Smartbox comes with an Outdoor Unit (ODU), an antenna for extended coverage, unmatched speed and significantly boosted network experience with a complimentary data of 240GB, which is valid for 60 days and customers who purchase the Airtel ODU Smartbox will also get 10GB bonus data for the first 6 months on subscription of N10, 000 (ten thousand naira) and above.

Commenting on the introduction of the new Internet device, the Director, Home Broadband, Airtel Nigeria, Godfrey Efeurhobo, said Airtel is constantly exploring innovative opportunities to ensure a seamless and pleasant experience for customers in its Home Broadband segment while he boasts that, ‘at Airtel, we are committed to offering best-in-class Internet experience for our customers and we are excited with the introduction of the Airtel ODU Smartbox as it goes the extra mile to ensure a flawless, seamless and robust Internet experience for telecoms consumers in Nigeria,’ he said.

Godfrey Efeurhobo

Customers who purchase the Airtel ODU Smartbox can also subscribe to the company’s ‘Unlimited Ultra Plans’, a wide range of HBB offering designed to ensure customers do not run out of data while enjoying superior broadband connectivity to the Internet.To check out 4G bundles across Airtel’s Home Broadband packages, customers can visit airtel.com.ng/HBB or visit the Airtel App for more information.

Airtel Networks Limited (Airtel Nigeria) is a leading mobile telecommunications company  in Nigeria.. According to the Subscribers statistics released by Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) in  in August 2019, Airtel Nigeria has 26.8% mobile telephone market share and 46.8 million subscribers across the country.

The company made history on August 5, 2001 by becoming the first telecoms operator to launch commercial GSM services in Nigeria and has scored a series of many “firsts” in the highly competitive Nigerian telecommunications market including the first to introduce toll-free 24-hour customer care  service .

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