Business Nigeria: Internet Users Reduce to 93.7 Million

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The Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, on Saturday said that internet users on Nigeria’s telecommunications networks reduced to 93.75 million as at February 2016.

The commission made this known in its monthly Internet Subscriber Data, made available to the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos.

It said that the number of subscribers that browsed the internet in January was put at 95.94 million; but reduced to 93.75 million in February.

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Of the 93.6 million internet users on the GSM networks in the month under review, MTN Nigeria had 35.6 million customers browsing the internet on its network. MTN had a decrease of 2.6 million internet subscribers in February, after it recorded 38.21 million users in January.

According to the report, Globacom had 25.68 million customers surfing the net in February, as the number increased by 248,593 from the January’s record of 25.43 million.

Airtel Nigeria, it said, had 17 million internet users in February, as against 16.85 million customers recorded in January.
 
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