Abuja - MTN Nigeria, the country's biggest mobile network services provider, apologised to subscribers following recent the failure of its BlackBerry service.
Last Thursday and Friday, the company's subscribers were left in a lurch after the service collapsed.
Although MTN did not state the cause of the service failure, the operator said it was working hard to restore normal service to its subscribers.
“MTN sincerely apologises for any service disruption subscribers may be experiencing. We are working hard to restore normal service as soon as possible. We regret any inconvenience caused to subscribers,” the company stated.
MTN Nigeria, according to the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) presently controls the largest percentage of the market.
It has 55.2 million subscribers moving up by 9.6 million from September 2012, when it had 45.6 million users in the country.
- CAJ News