Tuesday, 11 July 2017

Nigerians woke up this morning to the shocking news that one of the popular telecom operators Etisalat has wrapped up its business from the Nigerian market. The Abu Dhabi owned telecommunication giant announced the cut off of Etisalat International from doing any form of business in Nigeria on Monday.
 

Goodbye to Etisalat Nigeria
 
The quit notice according to the Head of Etisalat International was due to the failure of the 1.7 billion USD faced loan talks. The company saw no need to continue running any business transaction in Nigeria. To this end, Etisalat International has issued a directives to Etisalat Nigeria to withdraw or put away all products and services of the Etisalat brand from the Nigeria market. This ultimatum is to be fully implemented within two weeks.

 

IMPLICATION OF THE EXIT OF ETISALAT FROM NIGERIA

 
By this move to abandon operations in Nigeria, the Dubai based telecom giant is leaving being calculated assets and liabilities. Some of these assets may include their operational infrastructure - communication masts, control hubs as well as technology etc. What is expected now is a hurried sell-off of these infrastructures, technology framework and expectedly loss of jobs. This is invariably not good for Nigeria and her people.

 

THE FATE OF ETISALAT USERS

 
Millions of Nigerians are worried about what would happen to their Etisalat SIMs, modems, branded phones and other Eris a late encoded devices. With this sad exit of Etisalat from Nigeria, we are expecting a rapid shutdown of facilities, loss of Etisalat network signals and non-working of Etisalat-encoded technological devices.
 
 
Maybe owners of Etisalat lines could begin to port to other networks to remain active and reachable. Let us know your experience as you comment in the box below. Also share this Etisalat's Exit breaking news on the social media to enlighten friends.

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