On the last day of the year, O2 set a record in the volume of data, compared to the previous New Year’s Eve, it was up by about 28 percent. People made calls through the O2 on December 31, 16.4 million, which is a mezzanine of 0.8 percent million.
According to O2 Kateina Mikovsk, the busiest hour was between the full hour and one in the morning, when the operator made about 2.2 million calls. The number of text messages sent in the first half of the year fell nearly eight percent to 7.6 million. Compared to last year’s New Year’s Eve, the number of MMS subscribers was about 16 percent, and people sent about 214,100 of them.
On December 31, Vodafone’s data movement was between 25 percent and the highest between 21:00 and 22:00. On New Year’s Eve, the mobile operator made about 16.8 million calls, compared to the previous year by three percent, and the length of the bag was cut.
Vodafone’s SMS sent 5.2 million people on New Year’s Eve, a 12 percent annual decrease. In the first place, Vodafone handled about 70,900 multimedia, with Meziron accounting for 22 percent.
Last December, T-Mobile reported a five percent increase in the amount of data consumed. People used the data the most from 21:00 to 22:00, at which time it was a 1.4 percent drop compared to the previous year.
T-Mobile customers made about 21.8 million calls during the New Year’s Eve celebrations, a gap of about 2%. In the first quarter of the new year, the operator made 1.2 million calls, compared to the same period last year, it was 16.4 percent from me. For the entire first hour of the new year, T-Mobile customers generated about 2.3 million free time, an annual decrease of 4.2 percent.
The decline was also recorded through multimedia at first, 177,650 of which were sent from mobile phones, mostly at 23:45 and 00:45, after 8.4 percent, according to T-Mobile journalist Zuzana Svobodov.
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