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Tele2 Lithuania loses mobile market share in Q2, Telia and Bite higher

Wednesday 16 September 2020 | 13:38 CET | News

Lithuania's mobile subscriber base totaled 3.639 million at the end of the second quarter, down 0.3 percent from the year before, according to a study from regulator RRT. Mobile market penetration slipped 0.4 percentage points to 130.3 percent.  

Tele2 Lithuania's market share went to 45.8 percent, down by 1.1 percentage points. Telia Lithuania followed with 28.3 percent, up by 0.7 percentage points, and Bite Lithuania had 23.7 percent, up by 0.6 percentage points.

The mobile subscriber base of Tele2 Lithuania fell 2.7 percent to 1.668 million. The number included 694,800 prepaid customers (down 8.7 percent) and 973,600 postpaid subscribers (up 2.0 percent). 

The mobile subscriber base of Telia Lithuania increased by 2.2 percent to 1.030 million, including 266,800 prepaid users (up 1.4 percent) and 763,500 postpaid subscribers (up 2.4 percent). 

Bite Lithuania had 863,800 mobile subscribers, up by 2.1 percent, and including 242,300 prepaid (down 11.2 percent) and  621,400 postpaid subscribers (up 8.5 percent). 

For other providers of mobile services, the subscriber base declined by 5.4 percent to 77,300, including only postpaid subscribers. 




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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Bite Lithuania / Tele2 Lithuania / Telia Lithuania
Countries: Lithuania
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