Overview of traffic on Mobility Nigeria in October 2010

  • Total visits (desktop + mobile): Over 40,000 visits
  • 30% mobile of Mobility Nigeria’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 Mobility Nigeria on Wi-Fi
  • 22.4% are QWERTY phones
  • 16.8% are touchscreen phones
  • 29.6% are smartphones

Top 5 Phones on Mobility Nigeria in October 2010

Nokia 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 Phone Brands on Mobility Nigeria in October 2010

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

  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 on Mobility Nigeria in October 2010

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.

  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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Tech blogging since 2003, I have owned and reviewed hundreds of smartphones running EPOC, Symbian, Palm, PocketPC, Windows Mobile, BlackBerry, BB10, webOS, Windows Phone, Firefox, Ubuntu Touch, Android, iOS, and KaiOS operating systems.

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