Facts have emerged on why Globacom has assumed the status of being the preferred internet subscribers over the years since its launch of nationwide 4G LTE services in 2016.
Two reasons for the feat, according to studies included Globacom’s customer-friendly data packages and fast internet connectivity.
Studies further proved that since the launch of the indigenous network’s 4G service, millions of subscribers on the Glo network have been able to enjoy instant, efficient broadband internet connectivity to drive their businesses and social life networking on data driven activities.
This was further proved as Glo, in the latest report of the regulator’s statistics on data services gainers’ chat for the month of June topped come tops in the latest statistics of Internet subscribers released by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC).
Whereas experts say June was a difficult month for the segment due to the observed drop in the total number of internet subscribers by a whopping 332,338 from 122,624,417 in May to 122,292,079 in June.
Analysts deduced that the bulwark against complete free fall came from Globacom and Airtel who recorded subscriber gains, while the other operators recorded a loss.
Accordingly, Globacom gained a total of 196,816, moving from 28,825,533 data subscribers in May to 29,022,349 in June. Airtel gained a total of 42,510 subscribers in the corresponding period.
Other details showed that MTN Nigeria lost 178,103 subscribers, dropping from 52,433,020 in May to 52,254,917 in June even as resilient 9Mobile lost 310,924 data subscribers, dropping from 9,350,477 in May to 9, 039,553 during the period under review.