Vodafone customer consumed per month on average 324MB




Vodafone customers, including prepaid users consume an average of 324MB per month. That can be derived from quarterly figures of the parent company of Vodafone. Just two years ago consumed customers 104MB per client per month.

The data traffic takes according to the figures that Vodafone has published quarterly by about 80 percent compared with the same period a year earlier. Total consumed Vodafone customers in the Netherlands 5065TB in three months. Per customer data plan consumption was around 600MB, but that figure can not be calculated exactly because people without data plan and prepaid customers data can consume and Vodafone them mentions no consumption. The provider says the increase is partly through 4g, it offers since last autumn. There is no visible effect of the step to which the provider nationwide calls; growth remains around the same level.

Dutch pay an average of 33.60 euros for their subscription with Vodafone. Britain is slightly higher, converted at around 34 euros. Germans count with 27.70 euros on average less down for their phone subscription with the provider, but the number of people with a smartphone is also much lower: in Germany, accounting for 45 percent of customers a smartphone in their subscription, in the Netherlands that around 60 percent.

The number of customers of Vodafone in the Netherlands decreased slightly, by 1.7 percent to 5.2 million. Of these, 3.83 million subscriptions. The number of prepaid customers decreased by 15.7 percent to 1.37 million. Revenue from past six months fell to 874 million, gross profit or EBITDA in that period amounted to 200 million euros.



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