Revenues for voice were up 11 per cent, data up 31.2 per cent and mobile money up 35.5 per cent, the statement said.
said its customer base grew by 6.9 per cent to 118.2 million, with increased penetration across mobile data (customer base up 14.5 per cent) and mobile money services (customer base up 18.5 per cent). “The recent slowdown in customer base growth has been due to new SIM registration regulations in Nigeria,” it added.
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