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2 Oct 2020
Nigeria’s teledensity has risen by 2.2 per cent from 104.4 per cent to 106.6 per cent, even as 4.2 million new telephone lines had been connected for the country to hit a 203.5 million subscribers’ base.
19 Jan 2019
Nigeria's telecommunications sector ended year 2018 with 172 million subscribers, with teledensity rising to 123.4 per cent from 105 per cent in January 2018. Telephone density or teledensity is the number of telephone connections for every hundred individuals living within an area. It varies widely across the nations and also between urban and rural areas…
6 Jun 2018
Although between March and April 2018, there appeared to be no new connected telephone lines in the country, however, about 11 million lines were re-activated within the period. Latest statistics from the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) confirmed this. It showed that in March, there were 242.6 million connected telephone lines in the country, it slightly…

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