Customers purchase more expensive subscriptions at T-Mobile




Customers always take off at cheaper subscriptions provider T-Mobile. Besides, KPN and Vodafone now also see that the number of subscribers third provider in the Netherlands the price per subscription drop. Also prepaid customers love the purse strings.

Where the average T-Mobile customer paid late 2012 for 35 euros per month for the subscription, which was a year later dropped to 32 euros. This is evident from the quarterly earnings of parent company Telekom. A similar decline was seen in competitors KPN and Vodafone earlier.

Vodafone subscribers pay the most on average: 33,70 euro. T-Mobile is that at 32 euros, while an average KPN customer provides monthly 28 euros to the provider. The activation of 4G networks last year has not stopped the decline in the amount that people want to spend more on mobile subscriptions.

T-Mobile now has 400,000 customers switched to 4g, let the provider know. T-Mobile makes no extra charge to all customers on its 4G network, but they must have an appropriate device and in the coverage area to receive. 4g

The total turnover of T-Mobile Netherlands declined despite declining revenues from subscriptions not, but rose by 0.1 percent to 1.666 billion euros. Gross profit before deduction of overheads amounted to over 2013 495 million, 5.7 percent less than in 2012.


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