T-Mobile loses 98,000 mobile customers in the last quarter




T-Mobile Netherlands has seen leaving 98,000 mobile customers in the quarter and a year left 279,000 mobile customers. Knew the provider to grow. Revenues from data significantly The turnover remained stable and increased the quarterly earnings of the company.

In total, T-Mobile had 4.34 million mobile customers in the Netherlands after the quarter. That’s a decline of 2.2 percent, or 98,000 customers, compared to the previous quarter and compared to a year ago, the decline was even 6 percent, or 279,000 customers. The company lost 24,000 contract subscribers and 75,000 prepaid customers. T-Mobile Netherlands focuses the future “more than ever” to retain customers, the company said. Among other free apps like Evernote and runtastic, discounts and savings programs must persuade customers to keep up. T-Mobile

Compared with a year ago, the average revenue for T-Mobile from data per customer rose by 33.8 percent in the previous quarter. The new Managing Director of T-Mobile Netherlands, Mark Klein, calls this “encouraging”. “But this may be the declining revenue from calls and SMSes not compensate,” warns the CEO. According to the carrier to roll out 4G on schedule. Meanwhile, the company’s 450,000 customers connect via the 4G network.

The final turnover of the Dutch subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom came out at 393 million euros. Thus, the sales at the same level as a year ago, although fixed internet activities are no longer part of the business: T-Mobile sold Online.nl in November last year. Gross profit amounted to 148 million, 34 percent higher than the 114 million euros a year ago.


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