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IpNX launches FTTH service in Nigeria

Tuesday 26 November 2013 | 14:51 CET | News
IpNX Nigeria has introduced a 10Mbps symmetrical broadband service over its fibre-to-the-home network in Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt. The service costs NGN 10,000 per month. Business customers covered by the network can get 15Mbps broadband for NGN 15,000 per month, the Punch reported.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: ipNX
Countries: Nigeria
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