Romania is a country in which the communications sector experienced an accelerated growth after the Revolution. By 2011, the number of telephone stations reached 4.69 million.
In regards to mobile telephones, in October 2008 the entry rate of these services reached 103%, growing from the 86% from a year earlier, but lower than the average entry of mobile telephone services in the European Union, which was 119%.
Since 2004, little by little, the number of Romanians who had access to mobile telephones has increased to 9.1 million users. Even in 2020 it is very rare to find someone who doesn’t own a mobile phone, right? But, of course, there are people who, if they spend a lot of time indoors, usually the elderly who can no longer adapt to the new technology, opt for a fixed landline.
How did the landline last though?
- the calls enjoy a very good quality
- it is equipped with SIMs
- can be handled with maximum ease
- you can purchase a multiple subscription: one number, several phones
- is a suitable device for the office
- keeps you away from distractions… with a smartphone we know how distracting it can be, right?
- you can have an answering machine attached
- emits less radiation
For those who want to know more about the fascinating world of mobile communication networks, we invite you to participate in our free workshop “Goodbye landline? – Operation of mobile communication networks’.
Registration details can be found here.