Nigeria’s broadband penetration has gone from 41% in January 2022 to 48%, according to the latest numbers from the Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC). There are 92,011,259 million broadband subscriptions in the country.
Techloy’s analysis shows that the growth rate has been around 0.5% since June 2022. At this rate, Nigeria would take 45 more months to reach its goal of having 70% of its people use broadband by 2025.
Also, the number of active phone users in Nigeria has increased to 226,226,754, and the teledensity rate, which is the number of active users compared to the estimated population, is 118.51%. This shows that active phone subscribers increased by 5% between January 2021 and January 2022.
In January 2022, there were 155,675,178 GSM internet subscriptions, and the total number of internet subscriptions across all mobile internet infrastructure, including fixed wired, ISP-wired, wireless, and VoIP, was 156,244,368. This means that the number of people who sign up for the internet has grown by about 6% each year.