MTN Nigeria Rolls out 4G+ Service in Port Harcourt, Lagos and Abuja

Tamuno Reuben
MTN Nigeria introduced its 4G+ network on Tuesday, June 25, 2019 in three of Nigeria's major cities: Port Harcourt, Lagos and Abuja, saying the enhanced service platform will help introduce premium experience to more people across the country.
MTN Nigeria Rolls Out 4G+ Service in Port Harcourt, Lagos and Abuja

MTN 4G+ runs on 4G LTE Advanced Technology, combining the newly acquired 800 MHz and 2600 MHz spectrum. The added spectrum and sophisticated technology extend the reach and capability of MTN's data network in Nigeria, enabling speeds up to 200 Mbps.

This means that it could take as little as three minutes to download a 30-minute HD video on 4G+, while downloading the same video on standard 4G would take about eight minutes. This service, according to MTN Nigeria, is accessible instantly and will offer much greater broadband speeds, a more coherent connection and important indoor coverage enhancement.

The launch of 4G+ is a natural evolution from MTN's already fast and reliable 4G network and further illustrates the company's dedication to continuous technological investment that addresses its customers' current and future needs. It is obviously about its customers as it places its customers in the core of all it does.

With 4G+ launch, customers should see faster downloads and uploads as well as better browsing and streaming experiences. It will spread to other states in Nigeria over time.

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