Social media, gaming app users generate higher ARPU - study

Thursday 6 September 2012 | 17:46 CET | News
The seamless connectivity offered by mobile social networking applications like Twitter and Facebook play a critical role in overall smartphone satisfaction, according to two customer studies by JD Power and Associates. The study found that customers who regularly use mobile channels of social media and gaming applications are more satisfied with their device and spend more per month for mobile service than customers who do not.

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