PT launches second phase of 3G offensive

6 Jun 2005

Portugal Telecom’s wireless subsidiary TMN has announced the beginning of a new stage of development of 3G services in Portugal. Based on what the company deems ‘encouraging’ changes in usage and ARPU figures, TMN will now begin to proactively encourage customers to migrate to its 3G network. It claims that preliminary figures show that 3G customers generate 20% higher ARPU on average than 2G ones. TMN hopes to have a million customers on the high speed network by the end of 2006.

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