One of Nigeria’s newest telecommunication companies, Fiam WiFi, has gone into partnership with Ikoyi Obalende Local Council Development Area (LCDA) to provide residents with a community base wifi.
The company had earlier promised to provide affordable internet services for all via hotspots with deep concentration to high density lower income areas and rural communities.
The launch of the ikoyi wifi is the latest in the plan of the company to provide hotspots across the country.
In his remark at the event, the Founder and chief executive Officer of the company, Mr. Akin Marinho donated that with millions of Nigerians priced out of the data market by incumbent operators, they were are pleased to partner with Ikoyi Obalende LCDA to provide a free and paid for service of internet to the residents of Ikoyi Obalende LCDA.
Executive Chairman of Ikoyi Obalende LCDA, Mr. Faud Atanda-Lawal said that the council pleased to partner with Fiam WiFi to provide a community WiFi network in Ikoyi Obalende LCDA, adding that the WiFi hotspots will be installed in Obalende, Ijeh Market and Dolphin High Rise.
He added that it will further drives my administrations successes in our 5 focus areas of the UN’s SDG particularly Target 9c to significantly increase access to ICT and provide universal and affordable access to the internet.
is clear simple and transparent at N200 for 1GB of data without validity or expiration period, we are providing affordable access to the internet.”