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45% of Dutch have changed smartphone OS

Thursday 3 July 2014 | 13:31 CET | Author: Sanne de Bruyckere | Background
The majority of Dutch consumers who replace their smartphone stick with the same operating system, according to results of the Telecompaper Consumer Panel. Forty-five percent changed OS. BlackBerry has seen many customers switch to Apple, while Symbian customers often move to Windows. Just under 40 percent of smartphone users are still using their first smartphone, and this percentage is higher for women. 

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