Vodafone customers use less mobile data

Feb

5

2016

Vodafone customers in recent months use less mobile data. This is the first time since the advent of smartphones. The consumption per customer per month decreased from just over 818MB to 759MB.

That equates to a decrease of 7.3 percent and it is the first decline in the data usage on the mobile network of Vodafone in years. Early 2015’s growth faltered, but when consumed customers still 5 percent more data than in the preceding months. In the autumn, Vodafone recorded a growth of 39 percent in traffic per customer. Meanwhile, one and a half million customers have access to 4G or 4G +, says the provider.

Total consumed all Vodafone customers in the past year together 2814TB of data per month, so to make the quarterly figures, which Vodafone Netherlands message . According to the carrier offset the revenues from fixed services the slight decrease in sales of mobile services. Meanwhile 89,000 people have subscribed to wired internet at Vodafone, 16,000 more than three months ago.

Vodafone would be able to get millions of customers with wired internet access next time. The provider confirmed this week that it is negotiating with Ziggo parent company Liberty Global to join forces in the Netherlands. Vodafone Netherlands achieved a turnover of 438 million, an increase of 0.2 percent compared to the same period a year earlier.

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