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Nigeria’s Telco Operators By Market Share, Revenues, Subscribers And Ownership. by BrandSpurNG: 8:55pm On May 27, 2018
According to the Nigerian Communications Commission, the total number of mobile subscriptions stood at 237.6 million in January 2018.

MTN Nigeria’s market lead has decreased in recent years; from 2013 to 2018 the company lost 6% of its subscribers. The company disconnected around 5 million subscribers in early 2016 following the suspension of its services by the regulator. Meanwhile, Globacom and Airtel Nigeria have seen steady gains: Globacom accounts for 38.2 million subscribers, up 47% from 2013, while Airtel Nigeria has 38.3 million subscribers, up 54% over the same period. Subscribers
of 9Mobile (formerly Etisalat) declined going into 2017, on the back of the company’s debt default.


Airtel Nigeria’s total revenue increased by 22% from 2012 to 2016 reaching a high of $783 million at the end of the recorded period.
* FY2017 data for Airtel unavailable

MTN Nigeria’s revenue has been in steady decline since 2014, having fallen by 33.3% to reach $2.99 billion at the end of the period. Company statements identify the difficult economic environment, competitive data pricing, and regulatory uncertainty as the core drivers of the decline. Recent report suggest revenue
is on the up going into 2018.

Nigerian Communications Commision data indicate that MTN Nigeria, the country’s largest telecom player, has seen a drop in market share since 2013, from 45% to 36% of total subscriptions in 2018. Smaller players have also seen shrinking subscription figures: 9Mobile (formerly Etisalat) lost 2% market across the same period. However, Globacom gained 5 percentage points.

SOURCE: https://brandspurng.com/industry-map-nigerias-telco-operators-by-market-share-revenues-subscribers-and-ownership/

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Re: Nigeria’s Telco Operators By Market Share, Revenues, Subscribers And Ownership. by GreatCracker(m): 1:52am On May 28, 2018
i'm tipping Globacom ng to replace mtn in future as the biggest Nigeria telco operator.

grin grin grin

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Re: Nigeria’s Telco Operators By Market Share, Revenues, Subscribers And Ownership. by postbox: 4:53am On May 28, 2018
interesting
Re: Nigeria’s Telco Operators By Market Share, Revenues, Subscribers And Ownership. by MANNABBQGRILLS: 7:41am On May 28, 2018
Very INTERESTING

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Re: Nigeria’s Telco Operators By Market Share, Revenues, Subscribers And Ownership. by madridguy(m): 7:41am On May 28, 2018
Proudly GLO

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Re: Nigeria’s Telco Operators By Market Share, Revenues, Subscribers And Ownership. by maxiuc(m): 7:42am On May 28, 2018
madridguy:
Proudly GLO
no wonder you are so slow in reasoning

I will never argue with you anymore

Dullards will always be scared of fast and smart things

Thank God you have exposed yourself

Dullard vs dullard we are not surprised

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Re: Nigeria’s Telco Operators By Market Share, Revenues, Subscribers And Ownership. by gideon1971(m): 7:43am On May 28, 2018
cheesy
Re: Nigeria’s Telco Operators By Market Share, Revenues, Subscribers And Ownership. by nairalandaddict: 7:44am On May 28, 2018
GreatCracker:
i'm tipping Globacom ng to replace mtn in future as the biggest Nigeria telco operator.

grin grin grin
Can they make manage the status?
Re: Nigeria’s Telco Operators By Market Share, Revenues, Subscribers And Ownership. by kittykollinxx(m): 7:45am On May 28, 2018
if globacom was serious, they should be topping that list

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Re: Nigeria’s Telco Operators By Market Share, Revenues, Subscribers And Ownership. by Mutemenot(m): 7:46am On May 28, 2018
who are the Glo Users cos all contact I have use either mtn or Airtel

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Re: Nigeria’s Telco Operators By Market Share, Revenues, Subscribers And Ownership. by bigfather(m): 7:47am On May 28, 2018
maxiuc:
no wonder you are so slow in reasoning

I will never argue with you anymore

Dullards will always be scared of fast and smart things

Thank God you have exposed yourself

Dullard vs dullard we are not surprised

grin grin grin... wicked !

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Re: Nigeria’s Telco Operators By Market Share, Revenues, Subscribers And Ownership. by Wasky101: 7:50am On May 28, 2018
maxiuc:
no wonder you are so slow in reasoning

I will never argue with you anymore

Dullards will always be scared of fast and smart things

Thank God you have exposed yourself

Dullard vs dullard we are not surprised
Wetin this guy do you this Monday morning

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Re: Nigeria’s Telco Operators By Market Share, Revenues, Subscribers And Ownership. by NaijaTechnician(m): 7:52am On May 28, 2018
BrandSpurNG:
According to the Nigerian Communications Commission, the total number of mobile subscriptions stood at 237.6 million in January 2018.

MTN Nigeria’s market lead has decreased in recent years; from 2013 to 2018 the company lost 6% of its subscribers. The company disconnected around 5 million subscribers in early 2016 following the suspension of its services by the regulator. Meanwhile, Globacom and Airtel Nigeria have seen steady gains: Globacom accounts for 38.2 million subscribers, up 47% from 2013, while Airtel Nigeria has 38.3 million subscribers, up 54% over the same period. Subscribers
of 9Mobile (formerly Etisalat) declined going into 2017, on the back of the company’s debt default.


Airtel Nigeria’s total revenue increased by 22% from 2012 to 2016 reaching a high of $783 million at the end of the recorded period.
* FY2017 data for Airtel unavailable

MTN Nigeria’s revenue has been in steady decline since 2014, having fallen by 33.3% to reach $2.99 billion at the end of the period. Company statements identify the difficult economic environment, competitive data pricing, and regulatory uncertainty as the core drivers of the decline. Recent report suggest revenue
is on the up going into 2018.

Nigerian Communications Commision data indicate that MTN Nigeria, the country’s largest telecom player, has seen a drop in market share since 2013, from 45% to 36% of total subscriptions in 2018. Smaller players have also seen shrinking subscription figures: 9Mobile (formerly Etisalat) lost 2% market across the same period. However, Globacom gained 5 percentage points.

SOURCE: https://brandspurng.com/industry-map-nigerias-telco-operators-by-market-share-revenues-subscribers-and-ownership/

Na woo oo, all these people shouting "interesting" "Very Interesting" what do you understand by this post? You people should better find out from me NaijaTechnian.
Re: Nigeria’s Telco Operators By Market Share, Revenues, Subscribers And Ownership. by debolayinka(m): 7:54am On May 28, 2018
All of them still need to improve in service delivery.

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Re: Nigeria’s Telco Operators By Market Share, Revenues, Subscribers And Ownership. by Johnrake69: 8:05am On May 28, 2018
Mtn, the only network an average Nigerian hates buh can't do without because our Nigerian network which is Glo is slow with pride. Their major concern is signing yeyebrities as brand Ambassador. I'm sure Adenuga himself will be surfing the Internet with Mtn.

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Re: Nigeria’s Telco Operators By Market Share, Revenues, Subscribers And Ownership. by Nobody: 8:07am On May 28, 2018
Glo
Re: Nigeria’s Telco Operators By Market Share, Revenues, Subscribers And Ownership. by braine(m): 8:11am On May 28, 2018
Nice.
Re: Nigeria’s Telco Operators By Market Share, Revenues, Subscribers And Ownership. by Albert0011(m): 8:17am On May 28, 2018
Mtn is far better than glo i swear glo...airtel is my second choice,i havn't used 9mobile once.
Re: Nigeria’s Telco Operators By Market Share, Revenues, Subscribers And Ownership. by Kobicove(m): 8:19am On May 28, 2018
EmptyN is still leading on all fronts undecided
Re: Nigeria’s Telco Operators By Market Share, Revenues, Subscribers And Ownership. by themanderon: 8:20am On May 28, 2018
maxiuc:
no wonder you are so slow in reasoning
I will never argue with you anymore
Dullards will always be scared of fast and smart things
Thank God you have exposed yourself
Dullard vs dullard we are not surprised
Goodness lord me.....
Re: Nigeria’s Telco Operators By Market Share, Revenues, Subscribers And Ownership. by SalamRushdie: 8:21am On May 28, 2018
See my data
Re: Nigeria’s Telco Operators By Market Share, Revenues, Subscribers And Ownership. by Justdare: 9:32am On May 28, 2018
smiley

someone on nairaland wrote,
"if Glo was a church, dem no go get service"

I verily agree.

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Re: Nigeria’s Telco Operators By Market Share, Revenues, Subscribers And Ownership. by Chukazu: 9:59am On May 28, 2018
More than naija population?


The effect of one individual owning multiple SIM cards...
Re: Nigeria’s Telco Operators By Market Share, Revenues, Subscribers And Ownership. by shizzle1: 10:11am On May 28, 2018
maxiuc:
no wonder you are so slow in reasoning

I will never argue with you anymore

Dullards will always be scared of fast and smart things

Thank God you have exposed yourself

Dullard vs dullard we are not surprised
gringringrin

That guy is a yorooba supremacist, a tribalstic cVnt.

You'll be surprised to know that his reason for supporting glo is because a yorooba man is fronting it, but he'll give the excuse that it's because it's an indigenous firm even when it's being proven down the years that they're the least efficient and infact the worst network

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Re: Nigeria’s Telco Operators By Market Share, Revenues, Subscribers And Ownership. by greatman247(m): 10:39am On May 28, 2018
I no agree with this. Mtn is the best, in terms of everything and has more. Last time i checked people run away from Glo. How come Glo will now be rated as 100%? Useless network Glo.
Re: Nigeria’s Telco Operators By Market Share, Revenues, Subscribers And Ownership. by Myself2(m): 10:58am On May 28, 2018
maxiuc:
no wonder you are so slow in reasoning

I will never argue with you anymore

Dullards will always be scared of fast and smart things

Thank God you have exposed yourself

Dullard vs dullard we are not surprised

Yes you're sure Buhari is his friend abi ?

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Re: Nigeria’s Telco Operators By Market Share, Revenues, Subscribers And Ownership. by Odkboy23(m): 11:03am On May 28, 2018
I don't about y'all but Glo is the best in my area, cheap data, fast network and a whole lot bonus.... They gave me free 3gig last week... GLO IS THE BEST
Re: Nigeria’s Telco Operators By Market Share, Revenues, Subscribers And Ownership. by centitan(m): 7:26pm On May 28, 2018
Justdare:
smiley
someone on nairaland wrote, "if Glo was a church, dem no go get service"
I verily agree.
Lol. True. Another also wrote "if Glo was NYSC, there will be no service."

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