Which CDMA has the best network in Ibadan outskirt?
Almost all CDMA operators in Nigeria are local promoters with no international investors and technical partners involve in the operation and management of their service.
Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) operators are globally believe to be better equipped to deliver best of services as affordable costs to the consumers. CDMA is a digital wireless technology that uses spread spectrum techniques is acknowledge globally as better technology compared to GSM, it has a better quality in terms of data speed and capacity.
In Nigeria, the first set of Private Telephone Operators (PTO) delivered services using the CDMA.
Unfortunately, the enthusiasm around CDMA operators was short-lived as a result of the eruption of stiff competition among the GSM operators, prompting each to shun out myriad of innovative and exciting products for the subscribers and at the same time lowering call tariffs and cost of sim cards.
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With such development, it did not take time before the tide started turning against the CDMA operators.
A good observer of Nigeria telecommunication industry could conveniently look at the business model of an average Nigeria CDMA operator and tell why they could not compete on the same pedestal with GSM service providers.
Almost all CDMA operators were local promoters with no international investors and technical partners involve in the operation and management of their service.
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These among all challenges has reduced the number of CDMA Operators to a minimum number and their operation are often regional based.
For Ibadan and its environs O’NET is advisable to go for as it provides robust and quality voices in all its areas of coverage in the south west which are Ibadan, Abeokuta, Osogbo, Ife, Ilesha, Ibokun, Ede, Ilobu, Akure, Ondo Town, and Ado Ekiti.
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O’NET was incorporated in 2002 as Odu’a Telecoms Limited and now branded as O’NET. O’NET was licensed for fixed wireless Operation on 3.5Ghz and 800Mhz frequencies deploying CDMA Fixed and Mobile Telephony and Internet as well as broadband internet for corporate Organizations, Institutions and Research Institutes and Virtual Private Network Services for Banks and other Network organizations in all five south western states in Nigeria
O’NET office is located at Eleyele Road, Opposite Eleyele Police Headquarters, Ibadan. Their website is www.onet-ng.com.
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