Brazil Mobile Subscriptions Go Negative

Maturation in the mobile business, tyically manifested as a slowing rate of subscriber growth, now is becoming an issue in developed and other economies alike.

Mobile subscriptions have been slowing in Brazil, and Dow Jones newswire says growth turned negative in June 2015.

The number of active mobile phones users in Brazil dropped by 1.7 million in June, ending with a monthly total of 282.45 million, compared with 284.15 million in May, government agency Anatel said.

It was the first month of mobile subscription declines since September 2013, when mobile subscriptions declined 173,600.
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