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Dutch Mobile Operators 2018-Q1

2018-06-13 15:20:00| Telecompaper Reports

This latest report from Telecompaper's continued research into developments in the Dutch communication services market looks at the leading Dutch mobile network operators: KPN, Vodafone, T-Mobile including Tele2 and the rest of MVNO market. It analyses first quarter 2018 results, both revenue and subscriber base, and compares the findings with results in the previous quarters and year. The report provides splits at different levels, from postpaid to prepaid but also from a network operator to retail point of view. Additionally it also includes a five-year forecast (both network operator service revenue and mobile SIMs) for the Dutch market. Excel file, containing all the numbers of the graphs published in this report, is available upon request at a reduced rate. Email to sales@telecompaper.com.

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