Number of fixed telephony users in Montenegro slightly up m/m at end-Jan 2012.

By bne IntelliNews March 6, 2012
The number of fixed telephony users in Montenegro stood at 171,000 at the end of January, slightly higher on the month, daily Vijesti cited a report of electronic communications agency EKIP. Crnogorski Telekom, the local arm of Deutsche Telekom, held 98% of the fixed telephony market at end-January versus 2% for M:tel, the Montenegrin unit of Telekom Srbije, EKIP said. M:tel provides fixed telephony via WiMAX technology. Citizens accounted for 87% of the total fixed telephony users at the end of the month, while companies for the remaining 13%. The total number of Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) connections in the country stood at 5,250 at end-January, 19% less than a month earlier as a result of the citizens' growing orientation from ISDN to ADSL service. Out of the total ISDN connections 48.34% belong to citizens and the remainder to companies. Montenegro is a tiny country of some 620,000 people.
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