Mobile users are starting to hang up

November 2003
Brand Strategy;Nov2003, Issue 177, p35
Trade Publication
Determines the likelihood of Great Britain-based mobile owners to change communication network in 2004. Most likely group to switch; Main reason for the change; Mobile networks where customer are planning to switch.


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