Nigeria is The 4th Most Mobile Subscription Country in The World

Nigeria has been ranked the 4th most mobile subscription in the world no wonder NCC has been busy given all manner of regulations to TELCOS.

TELCOS are really milking us dry… and citizens are really milking dent app (If you are not onboard, check here).

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A multinational networking and Telecommunications company, Ericsson, revealed this on Friday, June 15, 2018, in its June 2018 global mobility report for the first quarter of the year.

In the report, there are around 5.3 billion subscribers globally compared to 7.9 billion subscriptions.

The number of mobile subscriptions grew at 4% year-on-year, reaching 7.9 billion in Q1 of 2018.

Top 5 countries with highest mobile subscriptions:

  1. China had the most net additions during the quarter (+53 million)
  2. India (+16 million)
  3. Indonesia (+6 million)
  4. Nigeria (+3 million) and
  5. Bangladesh (+2 million).

Ericsson’s mobility report also forecast that there would be 8.9 billion mobile subscriptions by the end of 2023 globally.

Source: Ericsson

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23 thoughts on “Nigeria is The 4th Most Mobile Subscription Country in The World

  1. Very nice info Prof.
    Surprisingly enough, those leading western country aren’t listed US Uk Europe and the rest, Bangladesh? I think China is the only global economy on that list, we thrive elsewhere but are leading in subscription ranking, amazing…
    Upon it all TELCOS are complaining? I side NCC for imposing so much on them

  2. we don’t get quality data so we just keep on resubscribing. I’ve bought 2gb of data twice already this month, if jot for dent it mkifht have been 4 times already

  3. The countries that suppose stay at the front shared FREE WIFI to the people around, i guess these top 5 country you will hardly see free or open wifi without a password around, so people are forced to subscribe if they need to stay online.

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