Only 4 Internet Service Operators in Nigeria have over 10,000 active subscribers as of Q3 2022

There were over a hundred Internet Service Providers in Nigeria and only 4 have over 10,000 active subscribers as of Q3 2022. Spectranet led with 115, 103 active subscribers. No other operator has up to 20,000 active subscribers.

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