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Porting activities increases by 20,190 in March – NCC
May 09, 2017
By: Akinola Ifeoluwa
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Porting activities within telecommunications service providers increased by 20,190 in March, the Nigerian Communications Commission has said.

This was contained in the Incoming and Outgoing Porting Activities of Mobile Network Operators report made obtained by the News Agency of Nigeria from NCC site on Monday in Lagos.

The report showed that by the increase, subscribers porting within the networks reached 42,021 from the 21,831 recorded in February.

It said out of the 42,021 porting activities in March, 20,851 were “Incoming Porting Activities”, while 21,170 were “Outgoing Porting Activities”.

The report revealed that in the outgoing table, 7,086 subscribers moved from Airtel Nigeria to other networks through Mobile Number Portability in March.

NAN reports that those that left Airtel’s network increased by 4,424 as against 2,662 customers that dropped the network in February.

It said 6,032 customers moved from Globacom Nigeria, showing an increase of 2,029 subscribers as against 4,003 that left the service provider in February.

Also, 5,919 subscribers moved from MTN Nigeria, which revealed an increase of 3,035 customers that left the network as against 2,884 that left in February.

It showed that 2,133 customers of Etisalat Nigeria left to other networks within the same period giving an increase of 622 that left, when compared with 1,511 users, who deserted in February.

However, in the incoming table, Etisalat led by an additional 15,208 customers on its network in March.

Airtel Nigeria came second on the gainers’ list with 3,423 subscribers, 1,387 subscribers moved to MTN Nigeria, while Globacom Nigeria got 833 customers.

The the exercise was flagged off on April 22, 2013 by the NCC with the aim of deepening competition in the industry.

NAN

 

 
 
 
 
 

 
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