Overview Advertisement Total visits (desktop + mobile): Over 40,000 visits 30% mobile of MobilityNigeria’s traffic in October 2010 was from mobile devices Over 12,000 mobile visits 418…

MobilityNigeria State of the Mobile Web Report – October 2010

Overview

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  • Total visits (desktop + mobile): Over 40,000 visits
  • 30% mobile of MobilityNigeria’s traffic in October 2010 was from mobile devices
  • Over 12,000 mobile visits
  • 418 devices on 360 networks from 101 countries accessed Mobility Nigeria in October 2010
  • 38.8% of devices are wi-fi enabled
  • 5.5% of devices accessed MobilityNigeria on wifi
  • 22.4% are QWERTY phones
  • 16.8% are touchscreen phones
  • 29.6% are smartphones

Top 5 Phones
Nokia 3110 classic1Nokia totally dominates this chart and the Nokia 5800 has been dethroned – actually flung down 2 steps to share the number 3 spot with the 5130 Classic. The non-smartphone, S40-powered Nokia 3110 Classic is the new king of the MobilityNigeria.com mobile space.

  1. Nokia 3110 Classic – 5.4%
  2. Nokia E63 – 5.1%
  3. Nokia 5800 / Nokia 5130 Classic – 3.7%
  4. Nokia N70 – 2.9%
  5. Nokia E71 – 2.4%

Top 5 Brands
Nokia’s dominance is still strong and up a few decimal places.

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  1. Nokia – 57.9%
  2. BlackBerry – 6.7%
  3. Sony Ericsson – 6.6%
  4. Samsung – 5.0%
  5. Apple – 4.6%

Top 5 Operating Systems
Symbian, S40 and iOS are up some more from last month. Blackberry drops a bit and Android is still not in the picture.

  1. Symbian – 34.2%
  2. Series 40 – 24.3%
  3. BlackBerry – 6.7%
  4. iOS – 4.6%
  5. Windows Mobile – 2.9%

Top 5 Networks
MTN makes it straight to the top this time.

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  1. MTN Nigeria – 28.1%
  2. Etisalat Nigeria – 20.7%
  3. Glo Nigeria – 14.2%
  4. Zain Nigeria – 8.9%
  5. KPN Netherlands – 1.1%

Top 5 Countries
USA takes over number 2 spot from India

  1. Nigeria – 72.7%
  2. USA – 5.1%
  3. India – 4.8%
  4. UK – 1.8%
  5. Netherlands – 1.7%

Top 5 handsets for top 5 Countries

Nigeria:

  1. Nokia E63
  2. Nokia 3110 Classic
  3. Nokia 5130 Classic
  4. Nokia N70
  5. Nokia 5800

2. USA:

  1. Apple iPad
  2. Blackberry 9630
  3. Blackberry 9700
  4. Blackberry 9550
  5. Nokia 3110 Classic

3. India:

  1. Nokia 3110 Classic
  2. Samsung C3212
  3. Nokia 5130 Classic
  4. Nokia 2700 Classic
  5. Nokia 7210 Supernova

4. UK: 100% Blackberry-dominated territory!

  1. Blackberry 9700
  2. Blackberry 8520
  3. Blackberry 9000
  4. Blackberry 8900
  5. Blackberry 9500

5. Netherlands: 100% Blackberry-dominated territory!

  1. Blackberry 9700
  2. Blackberry 8520
  3. Blackberry 9300
  4. Blackberry 9000
  5. Blackberry 8900

Don’t forget, this is all MobilityNigeria.com traffic only.

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Founder of MobilityArena. Yomi's journey in mobile started in 2001. Besides obsessing over mobile phones, he also started creating WAP sites (early mobile-friendly websites created with WML). He began writing about phones in 2004 and has been at it since then. He has owned over 200 devices, from Symbian, Palm, PocketPC/Windows Mobile, BlackBerry/BB10, webOS, Windows Phone, Firefox, Ubuntu Touch, to Android, iOS, and KaiOS operating systems.

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This Post Has 7 Comments

  1. Obviously, MTN topped the chart by virtue of their new bundle offer. Other networks should announce cheaper internet tariffs, and let the real competition begin.

  2. this is an intresting report. The traffic on mobility nigeria is growing. More power to your elbow Mr. Yomi. I have few suggestions that when introduced will go on to boost d report for november. Drop me a mail and i’ll mail it to you. Keep up the good job.

  3. “”Top 5 Operating Systems””
    Symbian, S40 and iOS are up some more from last month. Blackberry and Android still not in the picture.
    1.Symbian – 34.2%
    2.Series 40 – 24.3%
    3.BlackBerry – 6.7%
    4.iOS – 4.6%
    5.Windows Mobile – 2.9%

    Blackberry is in the picture o!

    It’s sad that all those Android users dont visit this great website enough. I gues they’re too busy limiting their heavy data consumption. LOL.

    I’m surprised the Nokia 3110 Classic has presence in the USA. I was under the impression that Nokia is almost non-existent there.

  4. spacy,

    Thanks for pointing that out. It should have read: “Blackberry drops a bit and Android is still not in the picture.”

    Now corrected.

  5. Apple ios back on the map and on track. And MTN carefully evening things out. Other Networks should emulate MTN and bring down their data costs!



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