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Dutch fixed telephony market decrease accelerates to 1.2% in Q1

2018-06-13 08:44:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Dutch fixed telephony revenues have dropped by 3.2 percent (EUR 8 million) during the first quarter of 2018 to EUR 239 million. Telecompaper expects the fixed telephony revenues to decrease by 7.1 percent during the full year, according to the new edition of the Dutch Fixed Telephony Market report. According to the market researcher, the revenues for fixed telephony will continue to decrease during the coming year. This means an expected average annual decrease of 7 percent for the period until 2022.

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