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At the end of 2012, there were 12 fixed network operators and 7 mobile network operators on the Slovenian market. The number of main telephone lines decreased compared to the end of 2011 by 4% (to just over 792,000). More than half of them (almost 400,000) were VoIP connections. Their number increased by 8% compared to 2011. More than 2.2 million mobile network users used the mobile network or 4% more than at the end of 2011. More Internet service providers At the end of 2012, there were 60 cable and satellite service providers and 64 Internet service providers on the Slovenian market. They offered more than 513,000 broadband Internet connections or 3% more than at the end of 2011. More than half of them (263,000) were xDSL connections. Their number decreased by 3% compared to 2011. More than 1.8 billion SMS messages sent In 2012 the number of SMS messages sent exceeded 1.8 billion (1,816 million). In 2012 in the Slovene mobile network on average almost 5 million SMS messages were sent per day. On average, each mobile network user in 2012 sent 831 SMS messages or 2.3 per day. These data do not include international roaming. The number of SMS messages increased in one year by 22%. More outgoing national mobile traffic, primarily traffic to other mobile networks In 2012, 3.7 billion minutes or almost 62 million hours of national conversation from the mobile network were recorded. 65% of the minutes of national conversation took place within own mobile network, 31% to other mobile networks and 4% from mobile to fixed networks. Mobile network users in 2012 talked on average more than 10 million minutes or more than 168,000 hours per day. On average, each mobile network user in 2012 talked 28 hours, a little less than 5 minutes per day. These data include only outgoing national conversation, and do not include outgoing international conversation and international roaming. In comparison with 2011, in 2012 the outgoing national traffic from the mobile network increased by 3% and to other mobile networks by 12%.Outgoing national fixed traffic decreased by 10% In 2012, 967 million minutes or over 16 million hours of national conversation from the fixed telephone network were recorded. 57% of the minutes of national conversation took place within own fixed network, 37% to other fixed networks and 6% from fixed to mobile networks. Fixed telephony users in 2012 talked on average more than 2.6 million minutes or over 44,000 hours per day. On average, on each fixed telephone connection in 2012 almost 21 hours of conversation were recorded or a little more than 3 minutes per day. These data include only outgoing national conversation and do not include outgoing international conversation. In comparison with 2011, in 2012 the outgoing national traffic from the fixed network decreased by 10%. There were only more traffic to other fixed networks, namely by 1%. More than a third of the total turnover made from the public mobile telephone servicesThe total turnover from electronic communication services in 2012 amounted to EUR 1,211 million. Of these the highest share was from turnover from the public mobile telephone services, 36% or EUR 435 million. Turnover from public fixed telephone network was 19% or EUR 233 million, turnover from interconnection services 11% or EUR 139 million and other turnover 33% or EUR 405 million. Other turnover also includes the turnover from broadband Internet connections. The total turnover from electronic communication services lower In 2012 the total turnover from electronic communication services decreased by EUR 18 million or by 1% compared to 2011; of that, turnover from the public mobile telephone services decreased by EUR 76 million or by 15% and from interconnection services by EUR 30 million or by 18%, while turnover from public fixed telephone network increased by EUR 43 million or by 22% and other turnover by EUR 46 million or by 13%.The value of investments in electronic communication services higher, the number of employees lower The value of investments in electronic communication services in 2012 amounted to EUR 173 million and compared to 2011 increased by EUR 53 million or 44%. In 2012, just over 5,600 people were employed in electronic communication services, 4% less than in 2011. Statistical Office Slovenia
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