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Topic # 98552 1-Mar-2012 15:15 Send private message

Telecom and Vodafone shedding 4000 connections a week.

http://www.techday.co.nz/telecommunicationsreview/news/telecom-and-vodafone-shedding-4000-mobile-con/22120/6/

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  Reply # 588962 1-Mar-2012 16:34 Send private message

Would be interesting to know Skinny's numbers since launch..




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  Reply # 588969 1-Mar-2012 16:38 Send private message

Sounds a lot when you put it that way, but in terms of the overall market it isn?t all that much.

To put it in context, Telecom and Vodafone have just under 4.5m connections between them.

At the rate of 4,000 a week, it would take roughly 1,100 weeks, or 21 years, for them to lose all their customers.

(obviosuly that won?t happen in reality, but just to give a sense of scale)

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  Reply # 588973 1-Mar-2012 16:44 Send private message

Telecom will take a huge hit in market share if they lose the 639,000 still on the CDMA network being switched off 30 July.

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