04/12/2017

Airtel to Deploy 4G LTE Broadband to 3 States This December



I know they are late comer but it is still better than never. We’ve long waited for Airtel 4G LTE and it appears the wait is about to be over.


According to an insider who preferred to be anonymous, said Airtel will be rolling out there 4G LTE network this December to 3 states which includes Lagos, Abuja and Port-Harcourt before other states will follow.

Airtel to deploy 4G network to 3 state

You’ll recall that earlier in November, Airtel NG partnered with Ericson for core network upgrade. 
Airtel signed a three-year contract with Ericsson to transform its core network in Nigeria thereby enabling faster mobile broadband.

This is a good thing if actually they won’t disappoint us this time. Even at 3G+ in some location, it’s better than some 4G network. Take this info with a pinch of salt until when all information has been fully confirmed.



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27 comments :

  1. Hope its not all mouth. let's expect it.

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  2. all those network they're 419 when some country have used 5G humm

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    1. Try and do your research very well no country is using 5G, they are only warming up for 5G.
      If you think otherwise please mention any country or device provider that is running 🏃🏿 5G

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  3. Dat will be nice o if airtel eventually fulfill this

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  4. Well better late than never. Waiting for them and hoping they use a common band for it.

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  5. This should be good. Airtels 3G+ is spiritually fast already. Wonder how sweet the 4G would be

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  6. Dre network is good in my area.....but mtn rocks....
    Gud morning sir

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  7. My prayer is that, it should be a common broadband like MTN.

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  8. Ok.
    Lets watch and see how this goes.
    I believe the 4g network will be ok.

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  9. Finally, I can't wait to enjoy airtel's 4g network. Although the real deal is for glo to offer 4g on a better and common network band.

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  10. I pray airtel place der 4g netwk on a common band o

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  11. i called there customer care this morning and i was told there are about to launch the LTE network this december.
    pls yomiprof do you have update on the band and which location is it available.

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    1. I don't have update on the band yet but I know it will be deployed to Lagos, Abuja and PHC first. I'm stretching my neck to get more info on that

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  12. Why always those three states before others. And even others used to take forever. Awon mad fellow

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    1. It is called marketing strategy.There is no doubt they make huge profit from those cities when compared to others. Another factor is traffic, but of course heavy traffic will result in huge profit.

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  13. This will be nice. Am glad it will be coming to Abuja too

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  14. Nice move
    Am tired of dis their 3G

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  15. Nice info Yomi. I'm sure those 3 states will be Abuja, Lagos n Port Harcourt in Rivers State. Airtel is so far behind in 4G l.

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  16. Airtel android 3gb will make more sense after the roll out there 4G LTE

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  17. Why these people always leave out Kano, Kaduna and Ibadan whenever they are launching their 4G LTE?

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  18. I have blasted them several times on fb because of 4g. this is they last reply " Hello all inconvenience regretted. Please note that we will update our subscribers as soon as the 4G network coverage goes live. Thank you. ^Osebi."

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  19. Finally airtel decides to join the bandwagon.

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  20. I just dey watch the 4g stuff with keen interest cos even if airtel arrive Abeokuta, my town today with there 4G Platform, my android phone is not 4g compliant.

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  21. Good news for them since all these days we 5G Don dry knock

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