Lagos - The number of fixed telephone lines in the country plummeted to 172 876 as at the end of April 2014, a new data from the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has revealed.
The figure is some 224 063 less than a year earlier, reports BusinessDay.
As at April 2013, there were as many as 396 939 fixed lines in Nigeria.
The main reason for the drop according to the NCC is the increased competition, mainly from the GSM operators.
Read more at BusinessDay.
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