MTN Remains Dominant In Nigeria [Plot]

MTN Remains Dominant In Nigeria [Plot]

As at October 2020, MTN has about 25 million subscribers ahead of its next competitor, according to NCC, the industry regulator, data. On the voice telephony, the data is presented below.

The report released by Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) shows that MTN leads the pack of the GSM operators in Nigeria, with active subscribers for telephony services of 83,331,682 as of October 2020, representing 40.14% of the entire operators’ subscriber base.

According to the report, MTN is followed by Airtel with 56,214,072 telephony subscribers (27.08%), Globacom 55,079,362 (26.53%), and 9Mobile with 12,953,121 subscribers (6.24%).

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