Globacom now has almost 30 million subscribers on its network, according to the company.
Globacom’s growth is due to the company’s consistent investment and deployment of innovative and customer-oriented services, according to Samuel Edoho, Globacom’s National Sales Coordinator for North West Operations.
Edoho said Globacom aspires to build Africa’s biggest and best telecommunications network.
Globacom remains the second-largest telecommunications company in Nigeria.
With 59.89 million subscribers, MTN Nigeria continues to hold the number one spot in the country. Globacom Nigeria has 28.2 million subscribers, Airtel Nigeria has 27.56 million, Etisalat Nigeria has 21.1 million, and MTEL has 258,520 subscribers.
Nigerian billionaire, Mike Adenuga, Globacom’s Founder and one of the top-ranked tech CEOs in Nigeria, recently made a $600M bid for the Ivorian mobile phone company, Comium Cote d’Ivoire.
Source: Telecompaper – Telecom news and research – News
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