Aug 9, 2017

Nigerian Universities to get free Wi-Fi Network by Surfwella

Surfwella is a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative of indigenous 4G operator, Cyberspace Network Limited, and a veritable platform for social and cognitive computing.

The 4G operator will be launching free Wi-Fi network in all Nigerian universities. And they'll be starting up with University of Abuja today. According to the company, the free Wi-Fi network will be mounted in UNIAbuja first before other universities.




According to the chief marketer of surfwella, the service will be on “no payment, no subscription, no data subscription, and no need for modems basis”. Browsing is absolutely free of charge.

The company is planning to build another free Internet infrastructure for Lagos State University (LASU) in the next few weeks, which will be followed by College of Agric, Lafiaji, and University of Lagos (Unilag).

This is really a good development coming from an indigenous 4G operator to help students with free internet connection to browse, chat, download and do some assignments.

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  1. Wow. This is good development. They will low key throttbthe speed sha. Just saying

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  2. Good development, this tells me that Africa is gradually improving.

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  3. Is it all the universities?

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  4. wow nice one From CyberSpace. I hope they hit UNIBEN as soon as possible. it's good as there willbe no hidden charges. but no terms and conditions?

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  5. This is a welcome development and i just hope that they can fulfill their promise. Covering the entire nation is not an easy task for them to achieve.

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  6. Wow! what a wonderful idea, its really an impressive development by Surfwella , we are looking for the commencement.

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  7. am sure that day is going to be basterd browsing for students.

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