Dutch providers earn increasingly mobile Internet




The Dutch providers earn more on mobile internet, according to figures published ACM market authority. Revenues from mobile data increased in 2013 by as much as nearly 50 percent. Customers are going to pay for mobile internet. Considerably more recent years

Providers earned in 2013, up about 1.75 billion in mobile Internet, enables market authority ACM. Divided by the approximately 10.7 million connections to mobile internet paid the average Dutch roughly around 13.50 euros per month on mobile Internet. This is substantially more than in 2012, when Dutch paid on average about 9.70 euros. In 2011 it went to an average of 7.65 euros.

Opposite the price rise is among other things that there are bigger data bundles offered. Also, more people seem to go for expensive bundles and providers introduced last year 4g access, often requiring extra fee is charged. The increase is probably in telescoping services subscriptions; providers such as KPN and Vodafone have now subscriptions which calling and texting as well as unlimited and can only the data bundle is different. It is unknown how those are included in the calculation: many of those subscriptions were in 2013 to join as Vodafone Red off for the first time. Totaan 2011 it was common practice for 5 or 10 euros per month to take. Loose internet bundle

Providers earned more money in 2013 anyway. The total turnover increased from 5.2 billion in 2012 to almost 5.5 billion in 2013 This increase is not due to an increase in clients:. The number of connections had no big change.


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