MobilityNigeria State of the Mobile Web Report – September 2010

Overview

  • Total visits (desktop + mobile): Over 35,000 visits
  • 28% mobile of MobilityNigeria’s traffic in September 2010 was from mobile devices
  • Over 10,000 mobile visits
  • 389 devices on 334 networks from 112 countries accessed Mobility Nigeria in September 2010
  • 38.4% of devices are wi-fi enabled
  • 24.3% are QWERTY phones
  • 15.5% are touchscreen phones
  • 26.5% are smartphones

Top 5 Phones
MobilityNigeria State of the Mobile Web Report – September 2010 1Nokia totally dominates this chart and the Nokia 5800 is still king though the QWERTY-spotting E63 is right on its tail.

  1. Nokia 5800 – 5.0%
  2. Nokia E63 – 4.8%
  3. Nokia 3110 Classic – 4.5%
  4. Nokia N70 – 2.9%
  5. Nokia E71 – 2.5%

Top 5 Brands
Nokia’s dominance is still strong. Short of amazing.

  1. Nokia – 55.6%
  2. BlackBerry – 8.2%
  3. Sony Ericsson – 7.2%
  4. Samsung – 4.4%
  5. Apple – 3.2%

Top 5 Operating Systems
Inspite of Android’s glory blaze, it is still not showing on the top 5 chart here.

  1. Symbian – 29.2%
  2. Series 40 – 21.6%
  3. BlackBerry – 8.2%
  4. iOS – 3.2%
  5. Windows Mobile – 2.8%

Top 5 Networks
MTN makes a surprise strong showing. Enter a Dutch network.

  1. Etisalat Nigeria – 24.8%
  2. MTN Nigeria – 18.4%
  3. Glo Nigeria – 15.6%
  4. Zain Nigeria – 10.6%
  5. KPN Netherlands – 1.3%

Top 5 Countries

  1. Nigeria – 70.0%
  2. India – 5.3%
  3. USA – 4.5%
  4. UK – 2.2%
  5. Netherlands – 1.4%

Top 5 handsets for top 5 Countries

Nigeria: 7189 mobile visits. Nokia-dominated territory!

  1. Nokia E63 – 6.0%
  2. Nokia 5800 – 5.4%
  3. Nokia 3110 Classic – 4.9%
  4. Nokia N70 – 3.7%
  5. Nokia E71 – 3.1%

India: 539 mobile visits.

  1. Nokia 3110 Classic – 13.0%
  2. Samsung C3212 – 6.9%
  3. Nokia 5130 Classic – 5.0%
  4. Nokia 7210 Supernova – 3.0%
  5. Samsung SGH-E860 – 2.8%
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USA: 459 mobile visits. Blackberry-dominated territory!

  1. Blackberry 9000 – 8.7%
  2. Blackberry 9630 – 7.2%
  3. Blackberry 9550 – 5.9%
  4. Blackberry 9700 – 5.2%
  5. SonyEricsson K770 – 4.4%

UK: 224 mobile visits. Blackberry-dominated territory!

  1. Blackberry 9700 – 26.8%
  2. Blackberry 8520 – 23.2%
  3. Blackberry 8900 – 10.7%
  4. Blackberry 9000 – 7.6%
  5. Blackberry 9500 – 7.1%

Netherlands: 145 mobile visits. Blackberry-dominated territory!

  1. Blackberry 8520 – 39.3%
  2. Blackberry 9700 – 33.1%
  3. Blackberry 9000 – 9.7%
  4. Blackberry 8900 – 6.9%
  5. Blackberry 9520 – 2.1%

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

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9 thoughts on “MobilityNigeria State of the Mobile Web Report – September 2010

  • October 4, 2010 at 8:03 pm
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    Interesting to say the least.
    Long live nokia
    Long live symbian OS
    Long live mobility nigeria

  • October 4, 2010 at 11:09 pm
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    from the look of things, I must comment that,
    BB will be tipping the world in a few more months, they’ve
    taken over America and Europe, they’re taking over Nigeria
    already, only that those in Nigeria that visit mobilityarena.com
    are TECHists (tech people) and BB seem to be for social connections
    and business. Some time in the future after your phone number the
    next thing you’ll be asked is your BB pin.

    Just watch it, as soon as the price war extends to BB bundle
    more and more people will get a BB and subscribe to it.
    Will I get a BB then? most likely, it will be my second phone after
    my Nokia phone.

  • October 5, 2010 at 12:11 am
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    Wow blackberry seems strong this time, i wonder why it dominated the trafic from the 3 western countries and what happened to the popular andriod/iphone.

  • October 5, 2010 at 6:38 pm
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    Blackberry seems to be the in thing in the Western world! Nigeria may follow suit soon. Especially if the Playbook catches on!

  • October 5, 2010 at 9:36 pm
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    Interesting stats 🙂 especially with the heavy skew in favour of Nokia. Let’s see how hard Nokia works to keep its overwhelming lead in Nigeria.

  • October 5, 2010 at 11:35 pm
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    Interesting stats, believe it or not the B.B. hype is taking the Nigerian mobile market by storm. Only time will tell which direction it goes.

  • October 7, 2010 at 1:56 am
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    Let’s face it, MTN should have been in the number one slot for the top five networks were it not for their discrimination against Opera Mini.

    Now about Blackberry’s success, I think its artificial. People will soon start seeing its many unforgivable flaws and go back to their first love. The trouble is after spending so much on one, you don’t want to believe its not the best. The so much acclaimed keypad is not even as user friendly as those on the cheap LG GW300. Bluetooth is full of issues. Plus points only in email services and bbmessenger and of course, security of data. You have less than 300mb storage in most of them and you can’t insstall apps om memory card. I still prefer my nokia 5800 any day. No wonder nokia continues to lead.

  • October 7, 2010 at 2:16 am
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    @Jaykidisk
    “Interesting stats, believe it or not the B.B. hype is taking the Nigerian mobile market by storm. Only time will tell which direction it goes.”

    Just as you mentioned, its just a hype in nigeria. A fad which like any others, will soon fade with time. You can see which direction its heading by the amount of china blackberry phones out there. Don’t get me wrong, am enjoying my BB but just that I love the flexiblity of symbian.

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