Hoop Telecoms Baggs Africa’s Most Innovative Telecoms & Connectivity Provider Of The Year Award

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Hoop telecommunications, a licensed Telecommunication Service provider fully resident in Nigeria, has shown its competitive edge over its contemporaries in the just concluded African Brands merit leadership awards organized by the African Brands Media Limited held recently in Lagos.

Hoop Telecoms won the Most Innovative Telecommunications & Connectivity Solutions Provider for year 2021.

Speaking with the Public Relations Executive for Hoop Telecoms Limited, Maureen Okafor, she expressed her gratitude to the African Brands for honoring Hoop Telecoms with the well-deserved awards. According to her, the award is coming at the right time when the company has just recently concluded a massive project it had been working on since last year.

L-R : Chizoba Anyawu- Key Account Manager, Ijeoma Iheomamere – Head, Service Delivery Unit, Kingsley Bosah – Head, Business Development & Sales, Maureen Okafor – Public Relations Executive & Chinweuba Williams – Public Relations Officer for Hoop Telecoms.

Since its establishment, Hoop Telecoms has grown rapidly and has emerged one of the best telecommunication service providers offering reliable business solutions to SMEs & Enterprise Organizations, Estates, Churches, Schools, Hotels, Government Institutions and individuals alike. It’s acquisition of Direct on Data (Formerly Known as Direct On PC) has broadened their coverage areas and technical expertise.

The African Brands congress 2021 was created to celebrate leadership, innovation & creativity in Africa. The event showcased the brilliant brands that were delivering positive changes and shaping Africa’s future. The event was aimed at honoring brands that have excelled and demonstrated uncommon initiative, drive and leadership in Africa’s Economy.


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