The number of mobile subscribers in Kenya dipped from 30.731 million to 29.849 million between January and March this year, the Communications Commission of Kenya (CCK) has announced. The decline was mainly attributed to the de-activation of around 2.4 million unregistered SIM cards during the quarter. Safaricom continues to comfortably dominate the wireless market, with 19.421 million users, placing it well ahead of Airtel Kenya (5.052 million) and Essar Telekom Kenya (3.247 million). Telkom Kenya (Orange) brings up the rear meanwhile, with 2.127 million subscribers, representing a 14.4% decline quarter-on-quarter. Wananchi Telecom, which offers triple-play services under the ‘Zuku’ brand name, leads the fixed broadband market, with 31,955 customers as at 31 March 2013.