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Fixed & Mobile number portability
Over half a million numbers ported in El Salvador

2017-05-23 08:09:59

Telecompaper informs: Over 500,000 numbers have been ported since the introduction of number portability in El Salvador in August 2015, according to telecommunications regulator SIGET. However, a report on the elsalvador.com website indicated that some portability requests haven’t been completed due to a range of factors, including contract defaults and blocked SIM cards. The fixed and mobile number portability service is completely free and normally takes around five days to implement.

 

Fixed & Mobile number portability
Chilean ported numbers top 9 million since 2012

2017-02-16 10:00:20

Telecompaper informs: A total of 9.002 million mobile and fixed numbers have been ported in Chile since the introduction of number portability in January 2012, according to the latest update from telecommunications regulator Subtel. In January alone a total of 310,368 numbers were ported, some 51.5 percent more than a year earlier. In terms of operators, Claro overtook WOM to record the largest monthly net customer gain in January, attracting 45,449 new users compared to WOM’s 34,974. Virgin Mobile (5,824), VTR (4,086) and Movil Falabella (1,450) also had a positive month, mostly at the expense of Entel, which posted a negative portability figure of -92,796. In the fixed telephony segment, Movistar, Entel and VTR gained 2,510, 2,470 and 1,115 customers respectively.

 

Fixed & Mobile number portability
Over 1.5 mln mobile numbers ported in Poland in year to June

2016-07-08 18:31:00

Telecompaper informs: Polish regulator UKE said that 1.503 million numbers had been switched between operators through Mobile Number Portability between the launch of the managed PLI CBD database on 26 June 2015 and 30 June 2016. This is up from 1.128 million at the end of March. In the mobile market, T-Mobile Poland had the worst performance in the second quarter, losing a net 62,900 numbers, down from a net loss of 90,500 in Q1. Play was again the main winner from porting, adding a net 36,800 customers in Q2, Telko.in reported. Orange also had a net gain, of nearly 15,500 new customers, while Polkomtel lost almost 8,200 customers through porting. Virgin Mobile also had a high outflow, losing a net 13,900 customers in the quarter. Looking at fixed line migration, UKE said that since 02 October 2015, 426,782 landline numbers had been ported by 30 June 2016. This was a rise from 255,423 ported fixed line numbers on 30 March 2016.\ In the second quarter, Orange Poland lost the most fixed lines, down by nearly 20,000. Netia also shed over 17,000 lines.

 

Fixed & Mobile number portability
Chilean ported numbers top 6 million in April

2016-05-10 09:15:46

Telecompaper informs: Total of 6.25 million mobile and fixed numbers have been ported since the introduction of number portability in January 2012, according to the latest update from telecoms regulator Subtel. In fact, April 2016 was a record month in terms of both overall numbers (261,726) and mobile numbers (251,188), said Subtel, with 81 percent more numbers ported than in April 2015. In terms of operators, WOM (formerly Nextel Chile) recorded the largest monthly net customer gain in April, attracting 31,525 new users, followed by Virgin Mobile with 14,210 net adds, Claro (8,499), VTR (2,509) and Movil Falabella (1,764). The operators Entel and Movistar posted negative portability figures of -58,102 and -873 respectively. In the fixed telephony segment, Entel, GTD and Netline gained 2,136, 561 and 454 lines respectively.

 

Fixed & Mobile number portability
Montenegro ports 1,400 numbers in Q1

2016-04-18 13:48:10

Telecompaper informs:A total of 1,400 numbers were ported in Montenegro during the first quarter of 2016, of which 80 percent in the mobile telephony segment, sources from the Agency for Electronic Communications and Postal Activity told Mina-business. In Q1, 299 numbers were ported from fixed networks and 1,100 from mobile networks. For fixed networks, most numbers were ported from Crnogorski Telekom to m:tel (261), while on the mobile networks 493 numbers were ported to Crnogorski Telekom, followed by m:tel (351) and Telenor (265). Overall, the total number of numbers ported in Montenegro since 1 December 2011 amounts to 21,470, including 2,690 on the fixed networks and 18,790 on the mobile networks.

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