Dutch fixed lines fall to 7.186 mln in June

Tuesday 19 October 2010 | 10:15 CET | News
The number of retail voice connections in the Netherlands fell to 7.186 million at the end of June, according to latest market monitor from regulator opta. PSTN lines fell by 232,000 to just over 3.6 million, while voice over broadband lines rose by 161,000 to just over 3.5 million. CPS and wholesale line rental customers declined in H1. Revenues of the fixed-line market fell for the third consecutive year in 2009, with low-capacity lines generating EUR 1.14 billion, down from EUR 1.26 billion in 2008. Domestic voice minutes increased to 8.703 billion in the first half of 2010, from 8.643

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Companies: ACM
Countries: Netherlands
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