Fixed voice domestic, international traffic down 11%, 13%; mobile traffic up 1%

21 Mar 2012

Slovenia’s Statistics Office has reported that fixed line voice traffic on domestic networks decreased by 11% to 19.5 million hours in 2011, whilst international outgoing fixed voice traffic fell by 13%. Meanwhile, the agency said that mobile phone users in the country generated 62 million hours of voice traffic in 2011, up by 1% over the previous year. According to the Statistics Office’s own figures, mobile subscribers increased by 3.7% to 1.54 million in 2011, while the number of fixed broadband internet connections reached 504,000 at the end of the year, with residential broadband lines accounting for 86% of the total.