BY BISIS OLALEYE
Airtel Nigeria's Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Mr.
He explained that penetration of telecoms services could be faster if other states could emulate the pedigree of the Lagos State Government, saying: "The issue is not about Quality of Service (QoS) but getting more approval for base stations, which will translate to increase in transmission capacity."
Ogunsanya, who was speaking with select ICT journalists in
He, however, assured Nigerians of the company's policy of improving QoS and transforming the company into an Internet brand of choice in the following months as well as focusing on support of local communities will be the major focus for this year.
"We want people to see Airtel as a local business that is part of a local factory doing great in the country," he said.
He denied that the Telco may sack more workers in the nearest future, while disclosing that over 900 people were employed for outsourcing service in
The Airtel boss, also appealed to relevant authorities in all tiers of government to mete out punishment for people who cut fibre and thereby obstruct telecommunications services. According to him, several things are connected with the network and if there is any slightest down time, it affects the whole chain of networks.
When prodded on the 2.3Ghz and the
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