As part of its commitment to improve customer’s experience and make internet available to all at affordable price, Spectranet 4G LTE has re-introduced its N7, 000 data plan.
With the new data plan customers are entitled to free unlimited night browsing; 15GB data and monthly roll over. According to the marketing team, the new data plan is a way of reaffirming Spectranet’s commitment toward ensuring everyone has access to cheaper and faster internet in the country.
Mike Ogor, Head marketing, Spectranet said that the new data plan is borne out of the company’s desire to make internet accessible and for subscribers to connect for less the amount with internet experience that is second to none.
“Based on our aspiration of bridging the communication gap as well as building and deepening relationships and connectivity among families, businesses, etc, we have introduced this new data plan to encourage Nigerians to access the internet at an amazing cost that will enable families, organisation and individuals be more active on the net’’.
He reiterates that the new plan has been designed in such a way that suits individual pockets irrespective of their income and status-whether they are students, professionals, family, or business enterprise owners. The N10, 000 data plan comes with 25GB as against the usual 20GB while the N5, 000 data plan comes with 7GB and opportunity to roll over unused data.
Mr. Ogor added that, “At Spectranet, we understand the needs of our customers very well and continue to improve services to offer the best internet solution in the country. As the 1st 4G LTE Network in Nigeria, Spectranet 4G LTE brings numerous benefits that provide a powerful broadband experience.
“Our focus is on providing families and small / medium sized businesses with a Fast and Smart link to their world. Smart because it is reliable and great value for money, Fast because it rides on the very latest 4G LTE technology’’ he said.
Recently Spectranet introduced the unified tariff plan which affords all Spectranet subscribers across the country to enjoy the same tariff.