Africa’s Leading Independent Telecommunications Service Provider, Phase3 Telecom Transitions to Digital Connectivity Business in Nigeria and the West African Sub-Region

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The leading independent provider of aerial fiber optic network infrastructure and telecommunications services in Africa, Phase3 Telecom (, enables advanced digital connectivity, enhanced performance, and enhanced network security for businesses. This reader is intended for cost-effective and unified management of network terminals for businesses in Nigeria and the West African sub-region.

This development is also designed to amplify Phase3 enterprise-value active network deployments for MSMEs, large enterprises and institutions.

According to the company’s Executive Chairman, Stanley Jegede, “This extensive service optimization is aimed at improving coverage on Phase3 network routes across Africa, as well as ensuring solutions that help businesses transform and evolve seamlessly.

He says, “Phase 3 of the current network upgrades is an ongoing exercise and will cover security features, performance enhancements, agile update capability and quality delivery mechanisms for enterprise segments. . Especially in the areas of productive work from anywhere or commerce from anywhere and digitized remote connectivity solutions”.

In addition to the company’s goal of increasing the data processing capacity of enterprise networks and their ability to access data from different sources faster versus smarter, as demanded by the global climate of today.

Jegede, in his final statement, states, “Phase3’s layered digital capabilities will both enhance the Phase3 network architecture and complement the experience of legacy connectivity services in remote sites with a significant presence of Phase3 and network access points.

Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Phase3 Telecom.

For more information contact:
Morayo Nwabufo
E-mail: [email protected]

About Phase3 Telecom:
Phase3 Telecom is a leading independent fiber optic infrastructure with points of presence (POPs), colocation and NOCs in Nigeria. Issued with a National Long Distance Operator’s License (NLDO) in 2003 by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), and with a dynamic and dedicated team of experienced professionals, we are the network of choice for high performance, data data-intensive and low-latency connectivity that covers Dedicated Internet Access, MPLS VPN, Metro Ethernet, WAN solutions, and more. We currently operate in the ECOWAS region and international markets through strategic partnerships that allow us to connect our customers in 400 cities around the world. And ours is a large, secure network with end-to-end capabilities that service providers and enterprises can rely on to scale, manage costs and deliver efficiency. As our network continues to evolve into other layered service streams, including network and cloud-based security solutions, our valued customers will continue to be at the heart of every investment we make; the innovation we create; and the technology we are embracing in the 4th Industrial Revolution to position ourselves as the network of the future.

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Sean B. Jackson