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Mobile & Wireless

Estonian smartphone sales rise in February

Wednesday 26 March 2014 | 15:15 CET | News
Handset sales totaled 26,000 units in Estonia in February, according to a study from GfK Retail and Technology. Smartphones' share of handset sales, in units, grew by 7.5 percent year-on-year. Tele2 Estonia claims that the smartphone share jumped by 25 percent in its shops in February. Sales of Sony devices were a growth drive, with sales of the Sony Xperia M smartphone surging 900 percent month-on-month thanks to their joint promotion. Some 7,600 conventional mobile handsets and 18,600 smartphones were sold in Estonia in February, according to the study. The average retail price of a moble phone was RUR 252, or EUR 205 in Tele2 Estonia branded shops. The handset sales volume in Estonia in February was EUR 5 million.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: GfK / Sony / Tele2 Estonia
Countries: Estonia
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