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Half subscribers Russia are ready to change numbers
More than half of Russian mobile subscribers (54%) with varying degrees of confidence are willing to use the law of mobile number portability, which comes into force on December 1, 7% intend to change the main operator.
More than half of Russian mobile subscribers (54%) with varying degrees of confidence are willing to use the law of mobile number portability (MNP), which comes into force on December 1, 7% intend to change the main operator, estimated research holding “Romir.”
The law will come into force on December 1, will allow subscribers to move from one operator to another, keeping the mobile phone number. Transition cost – 100 rubles.
Mobile penetration in Russia exceeds 160%, more than a third of users have two phones, one in ten – three or more. More often than subscribers using MTS as the main operator, as the second mobile service provider selected “VimpelCom” (brand Beeline) – in 22% of cases. In 23% of the subscribers of “VimpelCom” is the second operator MTS. “MegaFon” in a couple of increasingly choosing MTS (21%) and Tele2 subscribers choose an auxiliary operator “Megaphone” (23%).
More than half of Russian subscribers (55%) use the services of their main operator from 5 to 10 years, and one in five (20%) – more than 10 years. Despite the high degree of interest in the mobile number portability service, according to “Romir”, only 7% of the respondents intend to change the basic operator, and 5% – secondary.
Most customers have stated their intention to change the operator from “VimpelCom” (51%), and 59% considered as an alternative to MTS, 26% – “Megaphone”. At MTS and “Megaphone” by 46% of the doubters, so 46% of MTS considered “VimpelCom”, and 54% for the “Megaphone” ready to move into the MTS. The fourth Russian operator Tele2 only 41% of subscribers are thinking about changing supplier communication, 52% of whom are ready to move into the MTS.
The main reason for wanting to change the operator, more than half (54%) of the respondents referred to the attractiveness of prices with other operators. Another third (34%) believes that other operators better call quality, and 27% – due to better coverage. One in five (21%) of respondents want to change the operator for additional services.Viewing:-159
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