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Six in ten customers of mobile networks use post-paid services

Mobile operators in Slovakia reported 3.142 million customers of post-paid services as of the end of June, which is an increase of nearly 1.9 percent, the SITA newswire wrote. Customers of post-paid services accounted for 59.5 percent of the total 5.282 million active customers as of June 30.

Mobile operators in Slovakia reported 3.142 million customers of post-paid services as of the end of June, which is an increase of nearly 1.9 percent, the SITA newswire wrote. Customers of post-paid services accounted for 59.5 percent of the total 5.282 million active customers as of June 30.

Orange Slovensko reported the most customers in the segment of post-paid services, totalling 1.816 million, which corresponds to 63.8 percent of total active customers. T-Mobile Slovensko posted 1.251 million customers of post-paid services, which accounts for 57.9 percent of the total number of active clients. The third mobile operator, Telefonica, posted 75,000 customers of post-paid services, which corresponds to 27.3 of total active customers.

A total of 2.14 million customers of all three mobile operators used prepaid services. Active customers are considered customers who carried out at least one active operation in the last three months on their SIM cards. The most customers, namely 1.031 million, were registered with Orange Slovensko as of June 30. T-Mobile recorded 909,000 and Telefonica Slovakia 200,000 active customers.

As of the end of June, all three mobile operators registered 5.282 million active customers, which represents a drop in active SIM cards by 41,000. Orange had 2.847 million, T-Mobile 2.160 million and Telefonica O2 275,000 active customers of prepaid and post-paid services. The data submitted by the operators include the total number of clients, including SIM cards used in technological appliances, GSM gateway operation, mobile Internet services, telemetry and others. SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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