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    Janni
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    I’m new in this business, and I’m not sure that I’ve understood this correctly. I know that Erlang = minutes of traffic in the hour / 60.
    But if I have 30 Erlang for one cell for a period of one week, can I just multiply by 60 to get a result of how many minutes was spoken in that week ?
    Thank you…

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    Alexis Reyes
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    That is correct:
    # of Calls * Mean Holding Time (sec) = Total Time (sec)
    Total Time (sec) / 3600 = # (Erlang)
    If you Have 30 Erlang Then:
    30 (Erl)*3600 = Total Time (sec) = 108000 (sec)
    108000 (sec)/60 = 1800 (min)

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    Sahir Sarifdin
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    Usually, what is the blocking figure among Telco companies?

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