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Telecommunication networks and services are the backbone of Europe's developing information society. Individuals, enterprises and public organizations alike rely increasingly on convenient, reliable telecommunication networks and services.

Although overall expenditure on telephone services has increased, the proportion accounted for by ex-monopoly service providers has generally reduced as the share of the total telecommunication market accounted for by fixed-line voice operations has shrunk. Growth in this sector has been concentrated in mobile telephony markets and other data services (see Graph 1).

The average number of mobile phone subscriptions per 100 inhabitants stood at 106 in the EU in 2006 (see Graph 2). It surpassed parity in 17 Member States where there were more subscriptions than inhabitants.

 

All informations from: epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu