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 Thursday, July 02, 2009

Brazilís telecoms standards coordinator ABR Telecom says that as of 25 June this year, a total of 1.42 million telephone numbers had been ported in the country, of which 958,286 (67%) were for mobile lines and 464,185 (33%) were fixed line connections. The agency went on to say that more than 1.93 million people have requested number portability (NP) under the governmentís new regime, of which 65.5% are for mobile lines and the remainder for fixed telephony. NP was fully implemented nationwide on 2 March covering 193 million Brazilians in 67 different area codes.

Source: Telegeography

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