Brazil has over 200 million cellphones - more than one for each of its 193 million inhabitants - the National Telecommunications Agency said Wednesday.

Thirty million of the 203 million cellphones now in use were connected over 2010, the agency said.

The market is divided between operators Vivo, which has 30 percent of subscribers, Claro and Tim, with 25 percent each, and Oi with 19 percent.