Spectranet has been recognized as the leading ISP of the Internet broadband market in Nigeria. In the most recent report compiled by the country’s telecommunication regulator, Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), on happenings and operations in Nigeria’s telecommunication landscape, Spectranet has adjudged the leading ISP ahead of 36 others.
According to the report, Spectranet has nearly 50 percent of the customer market share comprising small and medium enterprises (SMEs), and Nigerian households.
The feat is coming at a time Spectranet 4G LTE was announced the Internet Service Provider of the year at the Nigeria Tech Innovation and Telecom Awards, in recognition of the brand’s innovative internet solutions.
Speaking on the accomplishments, Head Marketing, Spectranet 4G LTE, Mike Ogor, said: “The figures released by NCC are a testimony to the popularity of Spectranet, and the value it offers to its customers. NTITA recognition is significant to Spectranet 4G LTE brand and we will use these achievements to strengthen our resolve to keep the brand Spectranet focused on staying affordable, faster and reliable.”
Spectranet 4G LTE Chief Executive Officer, Ajay Awasthi, assured that the brand would sustain its innovative drive, and roll out more benefits to customers and the enterprise Internet market in Nigeria. “Thank you Nigeria for making us number one in ISP market,” he said.