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28 July 2015


MTN rolls out Hynet LTE in Lagos

MTN Business has rolled out its enhanced broadband Internet service, MTN Hynet LTE, across Lagos. According to a report via, MTN Hynet LTE was designed to drive greater efficiency, improving the way you live, work and play.

“Our objective is to continuously create new value for our customers,” stated Alexander Ibehre, the acting Head of SME Segment at MTN Nigeria’s Enterprise Business Unit, adding that, “This is also part of our resolve to take small businesses to the next level through technology. The incredibly fast MTN Hynet LTE service is indeed positioned to help SMEs have an awesome broadband experience, do business much better and ultimately turn into huge success stories.”

The report reveals that customers who have the older model Hynet modems will have the opportunity to swap it out, for free, for an all-new LTE-enabled devices. All they need do is to simply visit any MTN Walk-In Centre, submit the old modem in exchange for the new one, switch on the new modem back in the office or at home – and they are ready to browse.






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