Nearly million Vodafone customers have 4G access




Nearly one million of the 5.2 million Vodafone customers have a smartphone with 4G access and a 4G subscription. Vodafone has announced that in the presentation of its quarterly results. The company raised more money, but lost customers.

Vodafone logo Vodafone has 960,000 4G customers. According to the provider have the number of customers with 4G and nationwide 4G coverage in any case be ensured that the data traffic has almost doubled in the past year. Average use customers in the fourth quarter of last year 379MB per month, compared to 201MB a year earlier. At that average use is moreover also included customers without internet connection. Total consumed Vodafone subscribers in the last quarter 5891 terabytes of data. Customers with 4G consume 2.5 times as much data as customers who have merely 3g.

Of Vodafone customers now has 63.1 percent a smartphone, while 80.2 percent have a data plan. Three quarters of the Vodafone customers have a subscription. Although the number of subscribers increased by 3.8 percent to 3.9 million, the number of prepaid customers decreased by 15.6 percent to 1.3 million, bringing the total number of Vodafone customers also decreased slightly. Vodafone lost balance in a year hundred thousand customers, bringing the number of customers amounts to 5.2 million.

Vodafone earned per customer during the quarter 25.50 euros. Per subscriber Vodafone earned 33 euros, but a prepaid customer, the company earned four euro sharply lower. Sales rose by 2.2 percent to 437.7 million, though that figure is not yet checked by an independent auditor.


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