TELECOMS DATA Q2 2017: Active Voice Subscribers Dropped by 6.67% – NBS

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Telecoms data for Q2 2017 reflected that a total of 143,064,490 subscribers were active on voice as against 153,295,652 in Q3 2016 which represented 6.67% drop in subscribers’ base. Similarly, a total of 92,136,023 subscribers were active on internet as against 93,776,711 in Q3 2016 which represented 1.75% drop in subscribers’ base. 

Lagos State has the highest number of subscribers in terms of active voice per State in Q2 2017 and closely followed by Ogun and Oyo States respectively while Bayelsa and Ebonyi States have the least number of subscribers. Similarly, Lagos State has the highest number of subscribers in terms of active internet per State in Q2 2017 and closely followed by Ogun and Oyo States respectively while Bayelsa and Ebonyi States have the least number of subscribers.

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In terms of subscribers by Technology, GSM has the highest numbers by active voice. CDMA and Fixed Wired followed closely while Fixed Wireless has the least number of subscribers by technology. Also, GSM has the highest numbers by active Internet while CDMA has the least number of subscribers by technology.

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MTN(37.22%) has the highest share of voice subscription and followed by GLO (26.23%), AIRTEL(23.92%), EMTS (12.63%) and Others (0.29%) respectively. Similarly, MTN(34.60%) has the highest share of internet subscription and followed by GLO (29.68%), AIRTEL(22.02%), EMTS (13.70%) and Others (0.59%).

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