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Over half of Mexicans unaware of contracted services - study

Monday 10 October 2016 | 10:06 CET | News
Well over half (55%) of Mexican mobile users are unaware of how much data is included in their prepay or postpay plans, according to a study conducted by communications regulator IFT. The survey of 10,600 users also revealed that only 52 percent of fixed telephony subscribers were aware of the precise nature of their contracted services, with the proportion declining to just 45 percent of pay-TV subscribers and just 36 percent of broadband subscribers.

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Countries: Mexico
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