Total assets base of mobile operators in Nigeria increased by 130 per cent between 2017, and 2018, hitting $5.28 billion (N1.95 trillion) last year, from N847.97 billion. These assets include all facilities that make communications seamless in Nigeria, like the base transceiver stations, fibre cables, network operation centre, data centres, among others.
According to the 2018 Subscribers/Network Data report by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), MTN’s asset, which stood at N36.1 billion in 2017, increased to N999.5 billion in 2018.
Globacom’s asset rose from N439.1 billion to N552.4 billion; Airtel N285.1 billion to N360.3 billion; EMTS N25.5 billion to N27. 3 billion; Smile N29.1 billion to N22.9 billion, and Ntel N36.03 billion to N47.9 billion…
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