T-Mobile sees fewer customers leave




T-Mobile Netherlands sees fewer customers leave. Each month is 2 percent of customers away from the provider, a much lower percentage than was the case a year ago. There are not enough new customers, bringing the total number of customers decreases.

T-Mobile logo Where recent months an average of 2 percent of customers walked away, was that in the same period last year, 2.7 percent. Nevertheless, the number of customers continued to decline, from more than 4.5 million a year ago to about 4.27 million today, according to the quarterly figures of the provider. This decrease is due to fewer prepaid customers; there are just more subscribers than a year ago.

What an average subscriber pays decreases from 33 euros to 31 euros a year ago now. This suggests that people are becoming cheaper subscriptions decline at T-Mobile. Sales at T-Mobile Netherlands dropped by a few percent, mainly because there are no more sales of Online.nl to sit; T-Mobile sold Online.nl early this year. Gross profit or EBITDA came just 34 percent higher than the same period last year and is now around 150 million.


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