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Over 9000 Subscribers Port out of Glo; What About MTN? Shocking!

5 years ago, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) introduced an initiative in the form of Mobile Network Portability (MNP) which allowed subscribers to migrate from one network to the other—just in case they needed better service—while still maintaining their previous phone numbers.

62,709 Subscribers Ported to Other Networks so far

However, this initiative has been met with just little success as statistics from the NCC show that only 62,709 subscribers have ported to other networks from January to May of this year. The stats further show that 33,772 subscribers left their network and 33,437 moved to other new networks on this same 5 months period.

  • MTN gained more subscribers and at the same time, they also lost more with 12,965 subscribers coming in and 6,614 going out;
  • Globacom got 3,283 and lost 9,453 users;
  • 9Mobile got 8,984 and lost 9,526;
  • Airtel got 8,205 subscribers and lost 8,259.

Many Nigerian prefer to totally dump their old SIMs instead of porting to a new network; and that is why this initiative hasn't blossom since all these year.

So, what has your experience been with porting? I remember few months ago when Airtel porting trick gave us super-cheap N100 for 2gb data - something nice to reminisce about.

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