Top four operators are MTN Nigeria, Globacom (Glomobile), Etisalat Wireless, Zain Nigeria (former Celtel, former Vmobile)MTN Nigeria
- member of the MTN group, and acknowledged GSM Market leader.
Plot 30, Afribank Street
Victoria Island, Lagos
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org://www.mtnonline.com/ Glomobile
- the mobile arm of Globacom
, Nigeria's Second National Operator (SNO) - unarguably the fastest growing and most innovative telecom network in Africa; and the first network to launch per second billing in Nigeria.
P. M. B. 80165, V. I. Post Office,
Adeola Odeku St,
Lagos, Nigeriahttp://www.gloworld.com Etisalat
- the latest entrant in the GSM/Unified access scene in Nigeria; a Nigerian company formed by the partnership of Mubadala Development Company and Etisalat of the United Arab Emirates. Etisalat acquired the Unified Access License from the Federal Government in January 2007.
24 hours toll free line:
200 from etisalat line
0809-0000200 from any Mobile or Fixed Line
+234-809-0000200 from any International line
Fax: 0809-0000201 Zain
- formerly Celtel Nigeria, which was established in 2000, by a group of institutional and private investors as well as three state governments. Celtel
was previously Vmobile
which was first Econet
Plot L2 Banana Island,
Ikoyi Lagos, Nigeria
24 hours toll free Call centre:
111 from your Zain phone
0802 111 from a non-Zain phone, or
+234 802 111 if you are abroad.
- incorporated on August 25, 1998, as Reliance Telecommunications Limited (Reltel Wireless)
8, Adeola Odeku Street,
E-mail: email@example.com Visafone Communications Limited
- wholly owned Nigerian telecom company, incorporated on June 20, 2007 following the acquisition of Cellcom. Visafone received its Unified Access Service Licence as a telecom operator from the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) on August 1, 2007.
Visafone Communications Limited
4th Floor, Zenon House
2, Ajose Adeogun Street, Victoria Island
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Nigeria Mobile Telecommunications Ltd (M-Tel)
- the mobile subsidiary of the national carrier, NITEL, Nigeria's First Mobile Network, long before the advent of GSM. Has had troubles taking off fully and successfully
3, M-Tel Street (off Mallam Aminu Kano Crescent)
Wuse 2, Abuja, Nigeria
Tel: 234-9-409 065
Fax: 234-9-409 066http://www.mtelnigeria.com/