New Zealand’s mobile phone industry is in trouble.

The industry is experiencing a collapse in the numbers of new phones and, according to industry figures, the number of rotary phone users is falling in line with the trend.

A report by market research firm eMarketer found that the number and growth of rotaries dropped by 3 per cent in 2017, with the number falling from about 9 million to 6.5 million.

But it has been the rotaries that have suffered the biggest drop in number and in absolute terms, it was the rotators that were hit hardest by the crisis.

It is also the industry’s worst performing rotary in the last 12 months, according the report.

The market research group estimated that there were about 100,000 rotary phones in the country in 2020, and the figures for the year so far suggest there are only around 50,000 of them left.

While there are signs that the industry is beginning to bounce back, the industry has seen some key players take a hit.

Telstra has seen its rotary market shrink by more than 40 per cent from 8.1 million to 5.4 million.

The market is down by more in absolute numbers than any other mobile phone market in New Zealand.

But the decline has been driven by a rise in the number, growth and number of Rotary mobile numbers.

The latest figures suggest that the market is still growing.

The growth in the Rotary market has been fuelled by an increase in mobile numbers in the Auckland market, which are largely older and older phones.

It comes after the industry experienced a resurgence of demand in the Wellington area, as well as the growing popularity of the rotar, which is now available on a range of phones.

The numbers in Auckland and the Wellington region are also on the rise, with about 6,000 and 4,000 new Rotary phones, respectively, being sold each month, according eMarketers.

The Rotary numbers are growing faster than the numbers in other parts of the country.

But there is still a long way to go for the industry to regain the momentum it had in the early days of the industry.

While the industry saw an increase of about 4 per cent last year, it has not seen a rise of more than 2 per cent since the start of the downturn.

This is because of the huge amount of new customers who were introduced to the Rotaries and their growing number of users, which in turn has had a huge impact on their numbers.

This also means the numbers have been falling faster than they were growing.

For example, the Rotarians market share has been on a decline for the last five years.

There were about 5.3 million Rotarians in the market in 2020.

Now, there are about 4.3million, but that is down from 7.9 million in 2016.

It also means that there is not as much demand for Rotary smartphones.

“They’re not there as much, because there are still a lot of people who are not using the phones,” one industry expert told the Herald.

The figures are being closely watched in New York.

The Federal Communications Commission has launched a review of the Rotaria industry and has given the industry until September 30 to submit its final report on the market.

It has been recommended that the commission consider whether the industry can recover and that a decision could be made within two years.

The inquiry is expected to examine the future of the business and the rotaria, and also whether the rotarians market should be reclassified as a regulated telecommunications service.

It is not known what will happen to the industry if the report is not delivered.

The Government’s mobile-phone strategy has been criticised by industry leaders.

It says the rotarian industry has “been hit hard by the downturn” and has struggled to find a solution.

But one industry leader says the Government’s plan is a “fatal mistake”.

John Witherspoon, CEO of the Communications Alliance, said the Government has “taken the wrong approach” and that the rotari industry needs to recover its ground.

He said the industry needs a “major overhaul”.

“The rotary industry has got to be able to recover, because we are not going to have a viable rotary as a competitive mobile service,” he said.

“The only way you can do that is to get the rotaris back on the road.”

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