Uruguay ended the first half of the year with a total of 4.59mn mobile lines, compared to 4.26mn a year ago, according to the latest connectivity report from local telecoms services watchdog Ursec.
A total of 3.26mn lines were prepaid, while the rest are postpaid, the regulator said.
Mobile telephony penetration surpassed 136% at end-June, up from 132% at mid-2010.
In the postpaid segment, Antel had a 48% market share, followed by Movistar and Claro with 37% and 15%, respectively.
Meanwhile, fixed lines totaled almost 965,000 at end-Q2, compared to more than 957,000 at end-June 2010. According to Ursec, the country ended the first half with an overall fixed penetration of 28.6%, almost flat compared to the previous year.
Antel has a monopoly in the fixed telephony market.