Rage was all I felt when I woke up that night. It was 10pm on a particular Friday. Before I went to sleep that evening, I had instructed my one and only brother (younger brother) to wake me up after an hour on the internet. I was expecting to have a chat with a longtime friend who only finds time to access the internet when he is not watching movies or playing computer games. After ‘hours’ of convincing on phone he agreed to chat with me online – all thanks to facebook. We were to meet by 11pm.
12:55am, 1 hour and 55mins against the agreed time and “nobody woke me upppppp”. I ran to the desktop computer positioned in the next room with the taught of smashing the 1st thing I see on my brother. Please excuse me; I was furious. I got to my computer only to be more furious. My youngest sister; my 11yr old sister was on the computer, wanting to “join facebook. Two of my classmates are on facebook and I have told all my classmates we have access to the internet.” Can you believe that? Well, I quickly called her to order and warned her against the risk for people her age in a community as facebook. I promised her I would open a mail for her so she could ………
Enough of that. The point I was trying to bring is the popularity of the internet. The internet has become popular in Nigeria – especially from the inception of our CDMA operators (Multilinks, Zoom, Starcomms) and GSM operators (MTN, Etisalat, Glo and Zain). Internet access has become possible, even in the most remote parts of Nigeria. People all over the country are browsing the internet through their PCs and mobile devices. This is one positive result produced by the Obasanjo’s administration. The VSAT services are still very alive to corporate bodies and well to do individuals.
In the mist of all these operators, one might find it difficult to make a choice of which internet provider to work with. Before choices are made, there is one question you need to answer.
Why do I need to access the internet?
There are clearly numerous answers or categories of answer to that question. Everyone has one or two reasons to be in the internet. Having access to the internet cause “I don’t want to be left out” is enogh reason. But these other questions can reconstruct and properly shape your answer.
How much can I pay?
The various internet providers in Nigeria offer varying browsing packages that comes with there own varying prices. Some of these packages are time based. Daily browsing package (just 24hrs), day browsing package, night browsing package, the 24/7 browsing package. All these are data plans. Then you have the pay as you browse package. Here the challenge of choosing which of the internet provider to work with comes in. Another question that would arise in the search of your internet provider is:
What amount of bandwidth speed would I want to enjoy?
I can go on and on – digging into details – only to root out more questions to be answered in the search for your internet provider. And this is the one place I believe I can assist. The assistance is particular to those who are fans or follower of the GSM internet providers; the MTN, GLO, ZAIN & ETISALAT internet providers. To those that enjoy or wish to enjoy their services with the use of the 3G USB MODEMS. I’m offering you the chance of not choosing one or two of these internet providers. A chance to choose not one but all of these internet providers and also being economic as well. I’m offering you the chance to use one 3G USB modem (belonging to any or none of these internet providers) for all the internet providers. You have the chance of being flexible with the varying browsing packages and enjoy all round internet connection. You have the………..
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Thank you. Have a pleasant week.