MobilityNigeria State of the Mobile Web Report – December 2010

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Overview

  • 26% mobile of MobilityNigeria’s traffic in December 2010 was from mobile devices
  • 422 devices on 375 networks from 107 countries accessed Mobility Nigeria in December 2010
  • 43.3% of devices are wi-fi enabled
  • 6.0% of devices accessed MobilityNigeria on wifi
  • 23.9% are QWERTY phones
  • 20.5% are touchscreen phones
  • 42.5% are smartphones

Top 5 Phones
Nokia 5800 is back at the top spot!

  1. Nokia 5800 – 3.6%
  2. Nokia E63 – 3.5%
  3. Nokia 5130 Classic – 3.4%
  4. Nokia 3110 Classic – 3.1%
  5. Blackberry 9700 – 2.5%

Top 5 Brands
Nokia’s dominance is still strong and up a few decimal places. Apple makes a strong showing to take the number three spot after Blackberry.

  1. Nokia – 54.5%
  2. BlackBerry – 8.9%
  3. Apple – 6.7%
  4. Sony Ericsson – 5.8%
  5. Samsung – 4.3%

Top 5 Operating Systems


  1. Symbian – 33.8%
  2. Series 40 – 21.2%
  3. BlackBerry – 8.9%
  4. iOS – 6.7%
  5. Windows Mobile – 2.3%

Top 5 Networks
MTN is still at the top.

  1. MTN Nigeria – 31.3%
  2. Etisalat Nigeria – 16.1%
  3. Airtel Nigeria – 11.3%
  4. Glo Nigeria – 10.6%
  5. Cogeco Cable Solutions Canada – 2.5%

Top 5 Countries

  1. Nigeria – 70.1%
  2. USA – 6.9%
  3. Canada – 4.4%
  4. India – 3.8%
  5. UK – 2.8%

Don’t forget, this is all MobilityNigeria.com traffic only, though available industry statistics indicate that this is fairly representative of mobile web traffic for the country as a whole.

Mister Mobility

I started blogging about mobile in 2004 as a fun way to share my passion for gadgets and mobile services. My other interests include digital media, speaking and teaching, photography, travelling, and dancing.

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