Data traffic of mobile networks up in Q3 2021

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Data traffic of the mobile networks continues to grow, with Q3 2021 4% higher than a year earlier, according to the latest quarterly analysis from the Central Statistical Office (KSH).

The 4G network led the way, with 96% of data traffic going through 4G-LTE.

According to the quarterly publication, data traffic per active SIM card providing Internet access approached 25 GB.

In the third quarter of last year, the number of calls made from the mobile network increased by 2.4% and their duration by 1.7% in one year. The average talk time (3.2 minutes) was lower than in previous quarters, when the COVID-19 epidemic peaked.

An average of 5.7 minutes of conversation per day was received per mobile subscription, which is the same as a year ago, KSH noted.

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