9mobile loses over 1m subscribers after bank take-over

Nigeria Consumer News

Telecoms operator, 9mobile, which until recently was Etisalat Nigeria Limited, has lost over one million subscribers since the take-over of the firm by a consortium of banks in June, this year.

Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) on its website in September, 2017, indicated that 9mobile had 18,022,674 subscribers in June.

Between June, 2017, and September, 2017, 818,734 subscribers dropped out of the network, with an increased number expected to be recorded in December, 2017, impeccable sources said.

NCC statistics showed that 9mobile recorded a drop in customers by 145,791 in September, giving a customer base of 17,203,940 as against 17,349,731 users in August.

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