Spectranet 4G LTE has signed a memorandum of understanding with Aero Contractors to provide free internet service to the passengers of Aero Contractors at the Murtala Muhammed Airport 2 Terminal (MMA2) in Lagos.
Speaking during the agreement signing, Chief Executive Officer of Spectranet, David Venn, said the Spectranet brand is driven by innovation towards creating exciting endless experience for the consumers across all level with the purpose of enabling them to connect to what matters to them most, no matter the location of the consumer.
He explained that the choice of Aero was clear and deliberate given the strategic discovery of the strength of the Aero brand as a leading player in the sector with great heritage.
“Our partnership with Aero Contractors is a statement of the aspiration of Spectranet as a leading brand of ISP and we want to continue to scale up our performance, thus the choice of Aero contractors as a partner to give special experience to the passengers at the Murtala Mohammed Airport,” David said.
Expressing satisfaction on the relationship whilst welcoming the Spectranet team, Chief Executive Officer of Aero Contractors, Captain FolaAkinkuotu, stated that it was exciting to partner a brand with huge ambitions in the market, such as Spectranet 4GLTE.
He commended the Spectranet 4G LTE team for the initiative and drive to contribute to the culture of excellence of Aero with the provision of its internet service offering.
According to Akinkuotu, “We are driven by a culture of excellence and everything we do from tangible to intangible is anchored on excellence, so this relationship is a combination of a testimonial to the excellent nature of the Spectranet brand in the market as well as an endorsement of our culture of excellence.”
He further stated that though the service offering will be in Lagos he hopes it will grow with the brand to other markets as the customers of Aero Contractors are in every state of the federation.
Assuring the Aero Contractor’s team of his company’s plan to expand across the country, Venn reiterated that Spectranet brand is in Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt and Ibadan with plans at advance stages to be in additional cities of the country.
The agreement is the first of its kind in the country since the commencement of telecoms business in Nigeria and the aim was to give travellers a new experience especially with the bonus data promise of Spectranet 4GLTE.