Union Bank of Nigeria Plc has partnered CBC Netcomms to launch Stallion Hotspot, a street WiFi network in Lekki axis of Lagos State.
The bank said the initiative was designed to provide free and fast wireless Internet connection for residents, visitors and commuters around Admiralty Way, Lekki, Lagos.
In a statement on Monday, the Head, Corporate Affairs and Communications, Union Bank, Ogochukwu Ekezie-Ekaidem, was quoted as saying, “In this mobile age, we need to stay connected to loved ones, businesses and the world in general.
“To this end, Union Bank customers can carry out their transactions in real-time via UnionMobile. Stallion Hotspot is another simpler and smarter solution to help our customers and communities do more of what matters while on the go.”
The Sales Manager, CBC Netcomms, Olu Fadairo, was quoted as saying, “Stallion Hotspot is a unique solution as it has been deployed in an uncontrolled, open-air environment and is arguably the first metro WiFi service in West Africa.