BMI View: We maintain our positive outlook for the Nigerian telecommunications sector in our Q416
report update, but we have made some minor downwards revisions to account for the slowdown in 2016.
The telecoms sector has undergone significant contraction again in Q11 ..."
BMI View: We continue to have a positive outlook for the Nigerian mobile market and the country's
telecoms sector in general. This is despite an increasingly challenging economic climate which, in Q116,
saw a 0.4% contraction in real GDP - largely attributable to fall ..."
This country report and accompanying data annex provide a comprehensive overview of Nigeria's telecoms market, including KPIs and data on subscribers, penetration, revenue and ARPU. The report analyses the strategies of major players in the country's fixed and mobile telecoms ..."
BMI View: We have a positive outlook for the Nigerian mobile market and the country's telecoms sector in
general. We now estimate that mobile penetration was just over 80% at the end of 2015. Meanwhile
broadband penetration remains very low. There continues to be sign ..."
BMI View: We hold a positive and favourable outlook for the Nigerian mobile market and the
telecommunications sector as a whole. Mobile penetration topped 82% in Q315 and broadband penetration
still remains very low. There remains significant demand for traditional vo ..."
BMI View: BMI forecast strong growth in Nigeria's telecoms sector, where mobile penetration just above
80% and broadband penetration below 10% mean there is considerable untapped demand for traditional
voice and data services. A rapidly maturing tower market will enab ..."
BMI View: BMI forecasts strong growth for Nigeria driven by multitude of factors such as operator's
promotional activities, multiple SIM ownership and expanding into underserved rural areas. However,
operators are cautioning that fuel shortages and heightened risk of ..."
BMI View: Since mid-2014, three of Nigeria's four major GSM operators have outsourced their towers
infrastructure to independent tower companies, the government completed the sale of dormant incumbent
fixed-line operator NITEL, including its mobile arm Mtel, to NATCOM ..."
BMI View: Although there remains considerable growth potential in Nigeria's telecoms market, with
mobile penetration still below 75%, capturing these opportunities will depend on further price competition
between operators and potentially expensive network expansion t ..."
BMI View: As future subscriptions growth in the mobile market would depend on continued price
competition and potentially expensive network expansion projects in underserved areas, network operators
must expand their value-added service (VAS) portfolios in order to to ..."