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Slovaks made 12.5 million mobile phone calls and messages on December 31

The customers of the three mobile phone operators in Slovakia made 12.5 million phone calls during the last day of 2011, the TASR newswire reported based on information provided by Orange Slovensko, Slovak Telekom and Telefónica Slovakia on January 1. The figure is almost a million more than that for December 24. The last hour of 2011 was the busiest for mobile phone communication. People in Slovakia sent more than 8.6 million text messages and 431,000 multimedia messages on December 31. This figure represents double that of an ordinary day.

The customers of the three mobile phone operators in Slovakia made 12.5 million phone calls during the last day of 2011, the TASR newswire reported based on information provided by Orange Slovensko, Slovak Telekom and Telefónica Slovakia on January 1.

The figure is almost a million more than that for December 24. The last hour of 2011 was the busiest for mobile phone communication. People in Slovakia sent more than 8.6 million text messages and 431,000 multimedia messages on December 31. This figure represents double that of an ordinary day.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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