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UBA Partners With Google To Provide Free Wifi Hotspots In Lagos (Locations & Branches Inside)

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UBA Partners With Google To Provide Free Wifi Hotspots In Lagos (See Location & Branches)

United Bank for Africa Plc, UBA, is working with Google and ISP partner to launch Google Station in 11 key UBA branches in Lagos State as part of plans to roll out 200 stations in the country.

Google Station, a platform for providing free, high-speed Wi-Fi hotspots in public places, began in Lagos last year, and extended to Abuja in December in partnership with Backbone Connectivity Network.

The UBA google-powered initiative would allow the bank’s customers access to internet connectivity within the 11 branches and its environs, thereby facilitating their day-to-day businesses and activities, while ensuring unhindered connectivity.

11 Branches of UBA In Lagos With free Google Station, Wifi Hotspot

The 11 branches where the hotspot will be located are:

  1. UBA Bank Road 810-811 Bank Road, Daleko
  2. UBA Matori, 21 Fatai Atere street
  3. UBA Surulere, 152 Ogunlana Drive
  4. UBA Allen, 13 Allen Avenue, Ikeja
  5. UBA Tisco Plaza, Alausa
  6. UBA Apapa, 11-13 Warehouse Road, Apapa
  7. UBA Marina, 55 Marina, Lagos Island
  8. UBA HQ, Broad Street, Marina
  9. UBA Lekki Admiralty
  10. UBA Oke Arin
  11. UBA Aspamda Plaza, Trade Fair.

At the official launch which took place in UBA’s Head Office on Wednesday, UBA’s Executive Director/ Group Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Chuks Nweke, expressed UBA’s excitement over the collaboration, adding that the move will go a long way to present opportunities far beyond the imagination of both organisations.

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  1. Fifelomo

    February 14, 2019 at 9:25 AM

    A welcome idea.

  2. kol

    February 14, 2019 at 12:32 PM

    alert (“roll in”);

  3. iron bar

    February 14, 2019 at 12:42 PM

    Good job but uba customers,check yr acct bal..dont trust these banks..when they even charge u sms fee for recieving alert and unsolicited promos.

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