The mobile market in Egypt lost some 764,700 clients in June over May 2018, falling from 96.4 million in May to 95.4 million in June.
According to indicators revealed by the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, the three companies Vodafone, Orange, and Etisalat lost many clients that month.
Vodafone recorded the highest rate of customer loss among the three companies in June, as the company lost 345,800 clients, falling from 42 million in May to 41.7 million in June.
On the other hand, Orange Egypt lost about 225,600 clients in June, where its customer base declined from 31.3 million in May to 31.1 million in June.
Meanwhile, Etisalat lost 193,100 customers, falling from 19.9 million in May to 19.7 million in June.
On the contrary, the internet market also gained 1.6 million clients in June over May, with a 4.7% growth in internet mobile users witnessed in June, increasing from 31.3 million in May to 32.8 million.
The number of mobile internet users accounted for 34.4% of total internet users, rising by 1.8% from May.
Moreover, the number of USB modem devices remained stable at 3.48m, while the number of landline users increased by 1.5% reaching 5.83 million in June up from 5.73 million in May.