Globacom has communicated that it will launch its Glo2 fibre optic infrastructure in 2019 from Lagos to Niger Delta states which would offer high-speed broadband services to oil companies as well as link up the cable to the northern states.
The Chief Operating Officer of Globacom, Bisi Koleoso, declared that the company was dedicated to ensuring that Nigerians were not left behind in the march to a digitalised world.
We have invested immensely in new technologies to offer these products which is certain will redefine business, social and personal pursuits.
Koleoso further declared, “Having ended 2018 on a very high note, retaining our position as the second largest operator with a remarkable 45.3 million subscriber base, we have resolved to further enrich customer experience on our network with these new offerings.”
The company also communicated that they will be rolling out new products including Glo Drive, Glo Health, Glo Entertainment Portal, Glo Mobile Money, Glo Call Connect Service, World Connect and Glo Titi, the Artificial Intelligence platform.