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Polish mobile operators scale back retail outlets in favour of digital channels

Tuesday 19 November 2019 | 16:43 CET | News
Major Polish mobile operators are focusing their sales more on digital channels, leading to reduction in the number of retail outlets, reports Rp.pl. Services from the four major mobile operators were available in around 3,300 shops in September, down by around 60 outlets since the start of the year.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Cyfrowy Polsat / Orange Poland / P4 / T-Mobile Poland
Countries: Poland
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