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Pakistan's mobile base reaches 123.60 mln in November

Thursday 24 January 2013 | 00:56 CET | News
The number of mobile customers in Pakistan grew to 123.60 million in November last year, up from 121.60 million in October 2012, while mobile teledensity inched up to 69.8 percent fro 68.8 percent, according to figures from the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA). Mobilink led the market with 36.60 million subscribers, up from 36.39 million a month earlier, followed by Telenor which had 30.81 million subscribers, compared with 30.43 million in October. Ufone's subscriber base grew to 24.31 million from 24.07 million, and Zong ended the month with 18.93 million customers, up from 17.95

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Mobilink / Pakistan Telecommunication Authority / Telenor / Ufone / Warid / Zong
Countries: Pakistan
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