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Norwegian mobile data traffic rises in 2018 as subscriptions stagnate, MVNOs lose out

Monday 13 May 2019 | 14:08 CET | News
Mobile internet traffic in Norway went up by 28 percent in 2018, according to regulator Nkom's annual report, but the number of mobile subscriptions was unchanged. Telenor and the MVNOs shed subscribers while Telia and Ice were gainers.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: ICE / Telenor Norway / Telia Norway
Countries: Norway
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