With around 10 minutes per day, Georgian government body representatives are spending the most on phone calls. Subscribers of legal entities are talking 4 minutes less than the representatives of the state structure. The duration is 5.3 minutes for individuals.
Overall, Georgian mobile phone users have spent 178 minutes on their phone calls during Aug 2020, which is approximately 6 minutes per day, the latest study of Communications Commission (ComCom) reveals.
MOU (Minutes of Use), which measures average communication time per one month per one user is highest among state body users, counting 302 (9.7 minutes per day). It is followed by legal entities, with 189 minutes (6 minutes per day) and individuals – 164 minutes (5.3 minutes per day).
According to ComCom, the total amount of mobile voice service in Georgia as of Aug 2020 has been reduced in comparison with the same period of the previous year. Voice communication time has totaled 854 million minutes, down from 861 million minutes as y-o-y comparison shows.
The number of subscribers amounted to 4.8 million, accumulating GEL 44.5 million of income to mobile operators.
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