The leading broadband service provider to offices and residential customers in Nigeria, SWIFT Networks, has come up with an innovative business model roping in global brands to provide free broadband Wi-Fi access to residents of Lagos.
Dubbed the Red Cheetah, this program running over the SWIFT Networks infrastructure will see an initial 10,000 hotspots established across the state of Lagos. The free internet Wi-Fi connection will be supported by advertisement revenues from the global brands that have partnered with SWIFT to launch Red Cheetah program.
SWIFT says Red Cheetah will help residents of the state of Lagos deepen broadband penetration and its aspiration to have universal internet access for a better social equity and digital inclusion.
Charles Anudu, the entrepreneur behind SWIFT Networks in a statement said: “The Red Cheetah service model once more follows in SWIFT’s tradition of demystifying and making technology to work for Nigerians so that they can hook up to the digital world to explore, work and entertain more efficiently.
We are excited to pioneer this cutting edge service model and will rapidly extend it to more cities in Nigeria and the continent. The security …read more