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State of Nigeria’s Mobile Telecoms Market (Q4 2010) | Loy Okezie

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8 Responses to State of Nigeria’s Mobile Telecoms Market (Q4 2010)

  1. cols says:

    awesome report. i just gifted u wit a click on encipher! check out my blog at http://technewspace.blogspot.com

  2. John says:

    Very interesting Article indeed. I’ll be visiting again for more news on the Nigerian Telecommunications market.

  3. Bond 007 says:

    Please note that the figures you used include non-mobile subscribers (fixed/wireless) and that's 1,035,391 of the 88.9M.

  4. Bankole says:

    In price wars, only one wins – the subscriber. Of course the providers keep coming up with clever ways to pry the cash out of subscribers’ pockets, so it’s relative. But if I were MTN I wouldn’t rest too easy right now, not with rumours of number portability flying around. I dont have any data, but from what I can see, the average Nigerian MTN subscriber usually owns a line from another network, and is just looking for an excuse to jump ship.

  5. Foli says:

    Interesting news TechLoy. Is it possible to get a link to the original source?
    It really is great that the telecomm/mobile industry is booming in Nigeria. I believe it will provide lots of people with opportunities, which will translate to jobs. We have lots of plans for the Nigerian market, so please follow and support us on FB (Star Arcade), or Twitter (TheStarArcade).

    Yet again, thanks for the coverage.

  6. LoyOkezie says:

    @Foli – The link to the full report is provided in the post.

  7. Great post boss, like the analysis, lets have more of this

  8. Sam Smith says:

    thanks for your information on the state of Nigeria Mobile telecom's market.
    please can you assist me with the 'MTN, Global com and Airtel subscriber base. in the six geo-political Zones' thanks.
    Am a mass communication student from (ESUT) working on Mobile Telecom service provider in Nigeria

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