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Mobile & Wireless

Estonia handset sales up 54% in December

Wednesday 22 January 2014 | 12:31 CET | News
Mobile handest sales in units totaled 48,700 in Estonia in December 2013, according to a study from GfK Retail and Technology. Sales grew by 54 percent month-on-month. A total 400,000 new handsets were sold in Estonia in 2013. In December, 14,600 conventional handsets and 34,100 smartphones were sold in Estonia, and the average retail price was EUR 203 across the country. Mobile operator Tele2 Estonia said that the average price was EUR 171 in its shops. Handsets from Samsung were the most popular at Tele2 shops. LG also increased its market share, while the market share of Nokia declined.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: LG / Nokia / Samsung / Tele2 Estonia
Countries: Estonia
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