Internet in Nigeria
The national telecom operator, Nitel, has established a POP in Lagos with a 1MB link to Global One in the US and plans to put POPs
in 3 other cities by early next year. The Nigerian Government is being supported by UNDP in a $1m project (IIA
Nigeria), to assist Nitel to establish the Internet backbone. The telecom regulator has licensed 38 ISPs to sell Internet services and about 12 are currently active. A 64Kbps international line costs about US128 000/year. Local calls cost US$0.4/hour.
Headcount.com: Internet usage around the world
Nigeria Internet Access Provider Lists
WashingtonPost.com: International: Nigeria
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