Egypt passes 100% mobile penetration

Wednesday 1 February 2012 | 15:33 CET | News
Egypt ended November 2011 with a total 81.70 million mobile subscribers, up from 80.98 million in October and 66.87 million in November 2010, according to figures from the communications ministry. Mobile penetration passed 100 percent in October and reached 100.79 percent of the population in November. The number of internet users fell to 26.27 million in November from 27.75 million the previous month. That includes 1.75 million ADSL subscribers and 2.60 million USB modem subscribers, as well as an estimated 8.09 million mobile internet users. Internet penetration was at 32.41 percent in

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Categories: General
Companies: Etisalat Egypt / MobiNil / Vodafone Egypt
Countries: Egypt
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