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Mobile & Wireless

Smartphones make up 2/3 of all mobiles sold in NL - study

Tuesday 20 November 2012 | 14:16 CET | News
Two-thirds of all mobile phones sold in the Netherlands in the third quarter were smartphones, pushing telecom sector revenues up an estimated 12 percent from Q2, according to GfK Retail. Despite the fact that more than half of all consumers now possess a smartphone, monthly smartphone sales continue to increase. Smartphone penetrations reached all time highs in the quarter. According to GfK, the smartphone is replacing more traditional hardware, such as the low end of the digital camera market, or portable navigation systems. In the last few months, more than 40 percent of smartphones sold

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: GfK
Countries: Netherlands
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