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Phase3 Telecom delivers broadband to schools

Monday 21 January 2013 | 12:52 CET | News
Nigeria's fibre infrastructure company Phase3 Telecom said it has concluded plans to provide broadband connectivity via its open access network to schools in rural Nigeria. Phase3 Telecom is currently providing broadband connectivity to several primary, secondary, and tertiary schools in Nigeria, most recently delivering broadband and Wi-Fi connectivity to Baze University in Abuja. Other customers include Spring Hall British School, Cradle to Crayon School, Centagon International School and The Regent Secondary School, Abuja.

Categories: Internet
Companies: Phase3 Telecom
Countries: Nigeria
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