Thursday, 30 June 2011

MTN Expands Hynet Internet Service Coverage

In order to further fulfill its last year promise to extend the benefits of service to more cities and towns in Nigeria, MTN, Nigeria’s leading telecommunications company, has continue to extend its revolutionary internet service, the WiMAX internet service, MTN HyNet.

The Yello GSM Company is consistently investing in its network to boost capacity in order to give its esteemed subscribers unparalleled quality of service. Activation of the service is coming on the heels of the successful launch of the service, in Lagos, Ilorin, Kaduna, Warri, Makurdi, and Oshogbo. This brings the total number of cities where HyNet has been activated to eight.

MTN HyNet, which used to be known as MTN HyConnect Wireless Internet, is one of the solutions from the stable of MTN Business, MTN’s comprehensive range of solutions, focused on assisting businesses realize their full potential by availing them of an array of productivity-enhancing solutions.

According to the Enterprise Solutions Executive, MTN, Babatunde Osho, the service is suitable for consumers and Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) that require reliable, stable and easy to set up Internet connectivity for their homes and offices.

MTN HyNet is primed to bring efficiency and convenience to offices and homes, by providing an Internet service that offers unlimited downloads and multi-user capability at extraordinary speeds and pocket-friendly rates.

MTN HyNet offers multi-user functionality without the need for wires. With the inbuilt Wi-Fi capability, staff of an organisation can access the Internet wirelessly within a 50-metre radius. Home and office subscribers can now enjoy and share the Internet without limitation to the amount of data they can download. And very importantly, subscribers can choose from a variety of plans and their own download speeds.

The telecom company intends to extend MTN HyNet to more parts of the country before the end of this year.

2 comments:

  1. Ibrahim Adewale4 July 2011 at 09:12

    Thank you MTN. I'm happy to hear this and Kudos to you MR. BRANDWITS. I appreciate your stories!

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  2. Vivian Chika-Emeka4 July 2011 at 09:19

    Ha! MTN again. Carry go. I think this is good for Nigerians. I'm sure other companies like Airtel, Glo and Etisalat will follow by providing more internet service soon too.

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