Tuesday, 19 February 2019

Mobile broadband users more likely to churn - study

By Mary Lennighan, Total Telecom
Monday 13 February 12

40% of advanced mobile services users plan to switch provider in next 12 months, according to global study from Nokia Siemens Networks.

Frequent users of mobile broadband services are most likely to change operator, Nokia Siemens Networks warned on Monday, citing the results of a new survey. The vendor's annual acquisition and retention study showed that mobile broadband quality is now a key metric by which frequent data users decide whether to stay with or leave their network provider and…

Frequent users of mobile broadband services are most likely to change operator, Nokia Siemens Networks warned on Monday, citing the results of a new survey. The vendor's annual acquisition and retention study showed that mobile broadband quality is now a key metric by which frequent data users decide whether to stay with or leave their network provider and…

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