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Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by voiceoftheupcom: 6:19am On Apr 17
NCC: MOBILE INTERNET USERS INCREASE MARGINALLY TO 100.9M IN FEBRUARY
source : http://www.eyesoflagos.com/2018/04/ncc-mobile-internet-users-increase.html

Internet users in the country increase to 100. 9 million in February from 1.2 million in January, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), has said.
Eyes Of Lagos gathered that, The NCC made this disclosure in its Monthly Internet Subscribers Data for February 2018 on its website on Monday in Abuja.
The data showed a marginal increase of 670,385 new subscribers in the country.
NCC said Airtel, MTN gained more internet subscribers during the month in review, while Glo and 9mobile were the big losers.
The breakdown revealed that MTN gained the most with over 762,366 new internet users increasing its subscription in January to almost 38 million from 37 million recorded in January.
It said Airtel also gained 247.216 new internet users in February amounting to 25,075,110 million users as against 24,827,894 users in January.
It said 9mobile however lost 146,034 internet users in February, decreasing its subscription to 11,132,153 as against 11,278,187 recorded in January.
The data showed in February that Globacom lost 193,127 internet users decreasing its subscription 26,733,989 from the 26,927,116 recorded in January.

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Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by DEXTROVERT: 7:01am On Apr 17
Glo
Internet
Services
Is
Better
,
Who
Else
Noticed
Once
You
Have
3g.

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Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by directonpc(m): 7:10am On Apr 17
More reason why somebody should provide affordable internet for us.
Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by Sarang(f): 7:24am On Apr 17
We are evolving smiley

Please check my signature
Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by sowore2019: 7:26am On Apr 17
And someone says political campaign cannot be carried out successfully using technology. 95% of the 100M users are within the voting age.

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Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by jnfoage: 7:26am On Apr 17
Internet services is still expensive. Imagine N1200 for 1.5G when in some countries, you get unlimited for a month at almost equivalent amount.
Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by faithfull18(f): 7:29am On Apr 17
lipsrsealed Save more and Spend less on data...Take the next available flight to my profile or take a look at my signature.
Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by dadavivo: 7:29am On Apr 17
sowore2019:
And someone says political campaign cannot be carried out successfully using technology. 95% of the 100M users are within the voting age.
stop this nonsense
Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by youngguru23(m): 7:30am On Apr 17
Glo worst in browsing

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Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by jalaludeen1: 7:31am On Apr 17
Verry good. Glo think they are wise by reducing their data volume
Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by gasgenius(m): 7:34am On Apr 17
Subsidy data Abeg who na
Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by rusher14: 7:36am On Apr 17
jnfoage:
Internet services is still expensive. Imagine N1200 for 1.5G when in some countries, you get unlimited for a month at almost equivalent amount.

Though we want it to be more affordable please can you give examples?
Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by funkymeky: 7:37am On Apr 17
I pray Ntel finally takes over
Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by jnfoage: 7:39am On Apr 17
rusher14:


Though we want it to be more affordable please can you give examples?
I don't need to site examples, check the data services of any of these advanced countries.
Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by faithfull18(f): 7:40am On Apr 17
jnfoage:
Internet services is still expensive. Imagine N1200 for 1.5G when in some countries, you get unlimited for a month at almost equivalent amount.
True but it's a bit affordable when you buy from data resellers like me.
Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by rusher14: 7:42am On Apr 17
jnfoage:

I don't need to site examples, check the data services of any of these advanced countries.

In the UK it is easily £15 for 2 Gigs inclusive of talk time though.

In the states it is even more expensive. So giving us countries with cheaper data plans would be great.

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Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by jnfoage: 7:43am On Apr 17
rusher14:


In the UK it is easily £15 for 2 Gigs inclusive of talk time though.

In the states it is even more expensive. So giving us countries with cheaper data plans would be great.
China & India
Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by rusher14: 7:46am On Apr 17
jnfoage:

China & India

I don't know much about them but I can easily see why it would be.

Large population, lower overhead (Cost of Power, peripherals, greater security etc.).
Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by Admin1992: 7:49am On Apr 17
Than
Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by jnfoage: 7:55am On Apr 17
rusher14:


I don't know much about them but I can easily see why it would be.

Large population, lower overhead (Cost of Power, peripherals, greater security etc.).
Population is a factor, but space technology is more.
Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by donbenie(m): 8:05am On Apr 17
jnfoage:
Internet services is still expensive. Imagine N1200 for 1.5G when in some countries, you get unlimited for a month at almost equivalent amount.
Obviously,they can do better but you should take the business environment of these nations vis a viz Naija environment into consideration..burning fuel 365 days a year to power their equipment ain't a joking matter..
Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by tstx(m): 8:19am On Apr 17
Okay.
Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by Funnystatus(m): 8:28am On Apr 17
you mean the number of yahoo boys increased because that's what I can figure out from the news
Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by storge: 8:37am On Apr 17
The only thing these tel cos enjoy in nigeria is cheap labour. Others issa war
Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by faridpac2(m): 9:03am On Apr 17
DEXTROVERT:
Glo Internet Services Is Better , Who Else Noticed Once You Have 3g.
I'm using it no shaking
Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by tumababa(m): 9:05am On Apr 17
jnfoage:
Internet services is still expensive. Imagine N1200 for 1.5G when in some countries, you get unlimited for a month at almost equivalent amount.
lol. where let me relocate
Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by Nobody: 9:51am On Apr 17
jalaludeen1:
Verry good. Glo think they are wise by reducing their data volume
They will loose more subscribers if care is not taken. But I have a feeling that ncc is behind the reduction
Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by kingsmerit(m): 10:13am On Apr 17
why won't the percentage increase when waec students need to have internet for their expo and Npower keep dashing out mtn SIM.
Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by pyrex23(m): 10:24am On Apr 17
DEXTROVERT:
Glo Internet Services Is Better , Who Else Noticed Once You Have 3g.
where do you stay..?
Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by gbengalite(m): 12:29pm On Apr 17
Great development. However, what I can deduce from the above is, we have 100M devices connected to the internet as against 100M people. An average Nigerian owns 2-3 gadgets(mobile phone, tablet, Modem, Smart TVs, Computer etc) that have the capacity to connect to the internet.

NCC should tell us the number of unique subscribers, this one the reason why some internet startup fail. They rely on this data and eventually discover that people who visit their sites are lesser.



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Re: Ncc: Mobile Internet Users Increase Marginally To 100.9m In February by lumidee2580(m): 4:32pm On Apr 17
jnfoage:
Internet services is still expensive. Imagine N1200 for 1.5G when in some countries, you get unlimited for a month at almost equivalent amount.


Well, why will it not be like that when glo Offered 4Gig for #1000 they went to report the to NCC that they want to spoil market for them. Greedy people

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