KPN, Vodafone most interesting for FMC, T-Mobile NL for promos, Tele2 NL for low prices - Telecompaper

Wednesday 5 June 2019 | 14:04 CET | News

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The three Dutch MNOs regularly adjust the prices of the high-end smartphones they sell. This is a method that is often used to distinguish themselves from the competition, according to a recent comparison study conducted by Telecompaper. The prices of the compared mobile subscriptions, on the other hand, do not change or change less. Price differences that exist between KPN and Vodafone on the one hand, and T-Mobile Netherlands and Tele2 Netherlands on the other, come from the offer of benefits to consumers who purchase a bundle of fixed and mobile services.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: KPN / Tele2 / Telecompaper / T-Mobile / Vodafone
Countries: Netherlands
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