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DAB+ market share in Switzerland grows to 34 percent

Wednesday 14 February 2018 | 09:11 CET | News
Listening to the radio in Switzerland has become increasingly a digital affair, especially thanks to the implementation of the DAB+ standard, reported CEToday referring to a study by Digimig. DAB+ has increased its market share by 10 percent during the past two years to 34 percent currently.

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Countries: Switzerland
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