Nigeria's Mobile Market Continues to Grow, as Do 9mobile's Woes
Source: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC)
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MTN is looking for new markets to conquer.
The telco, up against the likes of Nike and Samsung, was also rated one of the most admired global brands.
Africa's second-largest mobile operator hopes the move will help tackle its debt pile.
Pair hope deal will lead to new mobile-money products and expansion into new markets.
Cashless payments and mobile number access scored highly for Kenya.
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