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Apple retains customers as BlackBerry, Nokia bleed

Tuesday 18 March 2014 | 09:09 CET | News

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Apple is in a better position with its iPhone to retain customers as Dutch mobile users move away from devices made by BlackBerry and Nokia. Meanwhile, Sony, LG and Huawei are gaining ground, according to a study by Telecompaper. In the third quarter of last year, 72 percent of mobile phone users in the Netherlands had a smartphone, compared to 56 percent the year before. Samsung remained market leader for smartphones, as well as for feature phones, pushing Android's presence to 70 percent of all smartphones in the Netherlands. Almost three-quarters of Dutch smartphone owners (70%) plan to

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple / BlackBerry / Foxconn / Google / HTC / Huawei China / LG / Nokia / Samsung / Sony / Sony Ericsson / Telecompaper
Countries: Netherlands
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