Mobile phone sales in NL decline in 2012 - report

Monday 4 February 2013 | 09:12 CET | News
The sale of mobile phone in the Netherlands declined in 2012, All About Phones reported, citing data from GfK Retail and Technology. GfK declined to comment on the figures, saying they were not meant for publication. Around 4,701,000 mobile phones sold in 2012, compared to 4,863,000 the year before. Over 2012, Samsung had an average market share at 44.7 percent (2011: 36.9%), followed by Nokia with 16.3 percent (21.2%) and Apple with 15.0 percent (up from 10.6% ). Only Sony and Samsung increased their market share. RIM fell to 5.9 percent from 13.1 percent. The share of smartphones advanced

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple / BlackBerry / GfK / Nokia / Samsung / Sony
Countries: Netherlands
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