According to the National Communications Authority of Ghana, the number of mobile data subscribers in Ghana rose from 15,804,608 subscribers at the end of February 2015 to 16,106,218 at the end of March 2015, giving a penetration rate of 59.78 percent.
Airtel Ghana’s subscriber base increased 2.39 percent from 2,206,603 in February to 2,259,268 at the end of March, giving it a 14.03 percent mobile data market share.
Tigo Ghana had an increase of 147,811 subscribers or 6.42 percent in March to 2,451,350 from February’s 2,303,539. Tigo closed March with a market share of March 15.22 percent.
MTN Ghana’s subscriber base at the end of March was 7,778,925, up 1.55 percent from 7,660,483 in February, and giving it a 48.30 percent market share.
Expresso lifted its number of customers by 3,270 or 9.01 percent to 39,571 from 36,301 at the end of February, giving it a 0.25% market share.
Vodafone Ghana’s mobile data subscriber base decreased by 6,989 subscribers or 0.24 percent, giving it a market share of 18.30 percent. Its number of users declined from 2,954,125 in February to 2,947,136 at the end of March.
Glo Ghana also recorded a decrease from February’s figure of 643,557 to end March with 629,968 subscribers. Glo’s market share for the month was 3.91 percent.