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T-Mobile deserves for the first time more data than calling and texting
T-Mobile Netherlands for the first time earned more on data than texting. T-Mobile customers pay an average of about 12 euros per month to access the Internet via the mobile network. The number of customers of T-Mobile dropped down significantly.
Slightly more than 50 percent of all revenues of the Dutch branch of T-Mobile is the mobile data shows the quarterly parent company Telekom. A year ago it was 43 percent, totaan several years ago that percentage was often still around 25 or 30 percent.
T-Mobile for a year lose customers every quarter. Where did the provider a year ago 4.5 million customers, now it’s at 3.9 million. About half of this was because the virtual provider had to be simply independently. Simple was for several years a part of T-Mobile, but on August 1st MVNO went independently. Simple has 226,000 customers.
The turnover of the Dutch branch of the provider decreased by a few percent to 376 million euros, but the EBITDA, gross profit gross of various business, rose just 36 percent from the same period a year ago.Viewing:-200
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