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NGEG 2020: FiberOne wins the prestigious Fibre Broadband Provider of the Year award

Foremost Fiber to the Home (FTTH) provider, FiberOne Broadband, has again added another feather to its cap by winning the 2020 Fiber broadband provider of the year at the Nigeria Technology (NITA) Award.  

The award ceremony held at the Platinum Hub brings together industry participants in the country to recognize the contribution of innovative players in the technology space. The award underscores the consistency demonstrated by FiberOne Broadband in offering uncapped fiber connectivity to homes and offices  

Receiving the award, the Chief Operations Officer, Kenny Joda praised the commitment of the FiberOne team even in the face of daunting challenges for their professionalism and hard work, saying this wouldn’t have been possible without their dedication and sacrifice. He pointed out that FiberOne Broadband started out with the aim of making fast, reliable and affordable internet connectivity available to our teeming subscribers 

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and we are very pleased that our efforts have been recognized as a best of breed solution in the fiber to the home (FTTH) industry. Advertisement

We will further enhance our efforts to ensure excellent experience for our Fiber to the Home subscribers by providing them with the best-in-class Broadband service at a cost-effective price.

FiberOne Broadband is positioned to bring affordable and quality fiber optic internet solution to homes and offices. It offers the triple play of Voice, data and video. 

Over the past years FiberOne broadband had become known for its affordability, reliability and excellent service delivery. It has consistently raised the bar and thread where others are afraid to go.

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