Mobile telephony market, slightly up, fixed telephony down a bit in H2

The mobile telephony market rose 1 per cent to 24.6 M users (active SIM cards) in the second half of 2010, after a 4 per cent dip in the first half, and fixed telephony was down 4 per cent, to 3.89 M subscribers, according to data supplied by Eduard Lovin, Director, the National Communications Regulatory Authority (ANCOM), at the 15th Communications Day Conference, Mediafax reports. The fixed telephony decline referred to the number of lines, subscribers, overall traffic and the average length of a voice call by 4 per cent – 4.5 M, 4 per cent – 3.89 M, 7 per cent and 2 per cent respectively.

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