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Brazilians Disconnecting Their Mobile Telephone Lines

By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – A study by the National Mobile Telephone Service Union (SindiTelebrasil) for the first time since data has been recorded there has been a reduction in the number of active mobile telephone lines in Brazil. In September 2015 there were 275 million active mobile telephone lines in the country, a decline by one percent from January of 2015.

According to SindiTelebrasil president, Eduardo Levy, this decrease in active mobile lines had been expected but only in 2017-2018. The reduction according to the executive is due to the decrease of the . . .

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