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Over quarter of German smart home systems bought from telecom provider

Tuesday 22 August 2017 | 09:28 CET | News
Over a quarter of Germans (28%) with smart home systems bought the services from a telecommunications provider, such as Deutsche Telekom, according to a survey by industry group Bitkom. Another 28 percent bought the products from an electronics retailer, and 20 percent went to a specialised smart home vendor. Less than one in five (18%) bought the systems from an energy supplier, and 11 percent made the purchase online. 

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