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Slovaks send more than 31 million text messages on Christmas Eve

Two out of the three mobile-phone operators in Slovakia - Orange and T-Mobile - reported handling a total of over 30.09 million text messages (SMSes) for December 24 alone, the Sme daily wrote. The third mobile-phone operator – Telefonica O2, reported 1.1 million text messages sent.

Two out of the three mobile-phone operators in Slovakia - Orange and T-Mobile - reported handling a total of over 30.09 million text messages (SMSes) for December 24 alone, the Sme daily wrote. The third mobile-phone operator – Telefonica O2, reported 1.1 million text messages sent.

On the other hand, both major mobile phone operators reported a drop in the number of multimedia messages (MMSes) sent on Christmas Eve, and a drop in phone calls as well. As Telefonica O2 was not on the Slovak market in 2006, it could not to compare its results.

Compiled by Jana Liptaková from press reports

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