In Nigeria, access to fifth-generation technology (5G) is expanding significantly, especially since Airtel Nigeria inaugurated the network on Monday in Lagos. With the addition of this operator, there are now three in the nation that have launched 5G.
Airtel joins Mafab Communications and MTN Nigeria in the 5G club. The telecommunications company announced that its services are already operational in Lagos, Ogun, Rivers, and the Federal Capital Territory during its launch on Monday.
Carl Cruz, the newly appointed managing director and chief executive officer of Airtel Nigeria, believes that 5G represents a considerable improvement over 4G. “I am happy to welcome everyone to the launch of Airtel’s 5G network,” he remarked.
5G is an entirely new experience that greatly expands our capabilities. “Femi Oshinlaja, the Chief Commercial Officer of Airtel Nigeria, said during his presentation that the company wasn’t intended to be too expensive for the typical consumer. He claimed that the company teamed up with Samsung to release a 5G-capable phone in order to expand gadget accessibility.