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Telcel gains nearly 1 mln mobile lines in Q2

Tuesday 2 October 2018 | 11:24 CET | News
Telcel (America Movil) continues to dominate mobile number portings in Mexico, posting a net gain of 988,012 lines in the second quarter alone, according to a report from the Competitive Intelligence Unit (CIU). Overall, Telcel gained 53.4 percent more lines than it lost in the April to June period, while rivals AT&T and Movistar (Telefonica) posted negative portability figures of 685,631 and 292,919 respectively, said the report. The country's MVNOs, meanwhile, shed 10,830 more lines than they gained.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: America Movil / AT&T Mexico / Movistar / Telcel / Telefonica
Countries: Mexico
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