MTN Losses Almost Half Of Its Subscribbers To Mobile Number Portability Scheme

According to the Director of Public Affairs of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Mr Tony Ojobo, almost half of MTN subscribers switched to other networks during the recently introduced Mobile Number Portability (MNP) scheme.

mtnAccording to figures released by Mr Ojobo, MTN topped the losers table among an overall number of subscribers that switched service providers in the telecoms market with 49%; followed by Globacom with 23%,Airtel with 17%; while Etisalat came last on the losers’ table with 11%.

Which means Etisalat emerged top in the number porting scheme among the telecoms company


  1. They will still loose more because they don’t have human face nothing to benefit from them I even wonder if they pay their staff well

  2. MTN with the highest subscriber base did not loose. In a while they will still switch back, don’t forget this is Naija. If NOT maggi, omo, panadol, etc

  3. Shame on dem n saka, shebi he ports 4rm Etisalat 2 Mtn, he ll port bac by d time dey loss finish. We dont even benfit 4rm dem,if nt mtn is our family line, I’ll av boken it sinc. Mtn pays dose foreigners is only Naija pple dey dont pay. ETISALAT WELLDONE, GOOD 4 U.

  4. MTN should try and give beta rewards to thier customers just like etisalat. Am just sorry for the person that gave them the idea of port maybe by now he/she would have lost his/her job. They were the first to start porting and they have loosed miserably, sorry for them. Bad result they should try harder next time!! LOLS


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