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MTN Top Telcos Subscription Growth with 678,008

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CEM REPORT, TELECOM | Telecom Giant, MTN Nigeria has gained 678,008 new subscriptions bringing its active subscriptions to 85.3 million from 84.6 million it recorded in June 2023.

This is as active mobile subscribers across mobile network providers in Nigeria rose to 220.5 million in July.

Mobile network providers across MTN, Globacom, Airtel, and 9mobile jointly grew by 770,889 to reach 219.7 million in July.

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The marginal increase of 0.4 per cent was recorded after four months of steady decline in subscriptions.

This is according to the latest industry statistics released by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC).

According to the data, MTN led the increase with 678,008 new subscriptions bringing its active subscriptions to 85.3 million from 84.6 million it recorded in June 2023.

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9mobile added 176,105 new subscribers, increasing its total number of subscribers to 13.7 million from 13.5 million in June. The month saw Globacom add 23,565 new subscribers, bringing its total to 61.4 million.

Airtel on the other hand lost 106,789 subscribers to close the month at 60 million in the month under review.

The nation’s teledensity which measures the number of active telephone connections per 100 inhabitants living within an area, also rose to 115.70 from 115.3 recorded in June.

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