According to a few recent surveys, Nigeria has emerged as the most deserving frontiers for using the internet besides being the most populous nation in Africa. Known as the “Internet giant of Africa” Nigeria's been claiming itself as “unofficial tech capital of Africa,” multiple times or “the emerging economical capital of Africa.” In other words, Nigeria, individually, is one of the largest telecom giants and well-known internet service consuming nations in Africa, having benefited from being the second-largest economy in Africa.
In this wireless century, the internet occupies a huge part of the internet users living in Africa especially in Nigeria, and also the whole of Nigerian Internet-User Committee accessing Internet Services via the Spectranet. Talking about Spectranet, it is the first internet service provider to initiate the 4G LTE Internet Service in Nigeria, and that may have redefined the competitors in the marketplace of broadband services providers in Nigeria.
Nowadays internet also known as networks of networks has been the medium to wireless connectivity to the world. The Internet Service Providers are the ways to link all companies, families, etc. via mobile & internet devices by providing uninterrupted data-plans and reliable, rapid & affordable internet productivities. Data can be transmitted by dial-up, cable-modem, etc. for instance, a modem is used by dialing the local number to connect to an internet service provider, when there is a connection, then you have access to the network.
For internet service there are lots of internet service providers in Nigeria, however, there are just a few popularly well known by Nigerians. According to a survey in Africa, there are about 1.2 billion people with 870M without having internet access, the continent itself has about 400M of the population connected to the internet service. This is far less than 50% of the total number of unconnected folks.
According to the report, one of the reasons for this is the fact that more than half the continent’s total population is below the age of 20. LTE (Long Term Evolution) also known as 4G LTE is a standard for wireless broadband communication for all mobile and internet devices for high-speed wireless communication for smartphones, notebooks, MiFi Devices, and wireless hotspots terminals (WiFi). In other words, the 4G LTE is more than 10x faster than 3G; 4G internet averages up to 1,000 Mbps(Megabits per second) while actual use might be in the region of 100 Mbps.
It will be easier for internet providers to provide uninterrupted internet service access efficiency to internet users when the internet providers would attempt to forward the internet service boosting outside the largest cities of the country.
Spectranet is among one of the rapid, reliable & affordable internet service providers in Nigeria and it has so many services that can be found in Lagos, Abuja, Ibadan, & Port Harcourt and is hoping to include more regions for getting faster & better approach to internet services in Nigeria.
Additionally, Spectranet is offering lots of services that might available in Nigeria. Spectranet is one of the uninterrupted, dependable & affordable broadband 4G Internet services in Nigeria and currently is having its services available across Lagos, Abuja, Ibadan, and Port Harcourt and hopes to cover more cities furthermore countries for their 4G LTE network in the not too distant future.
While all the Nigerians show great interest in accessing the internet in mobile devices & all the internet devices, but according to research it was claimed that still some of the Nigerian people ain’t aware of the ways they can leverage the internet for their benefits.
Over 100 million Nigerians are connected to the internet, which means there are many internet service users for making the communication-network to each other via wireless internet in Nigeria (according to data from the Nigerian Communications Commission).
There's still a need to work more on making better 4G internet services, providing the best affordable data plans for internet users in Nigeria. By understanding how an average Nigerian is currently using or accessing the internet on mobile phones & all internet devices we can provide a better and reliable tech space for internet service in Nigeria.