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Cost of Mobile Services Falling

31.01.2020
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In its annual Pricing Trends report. UK regulator Ofcom claims that the cost of monthly mobile contracts have fallen by £2 since 2018, with UK consumers paying less than those in France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the US.

The price of the average mobile contract has gone down by 19 per cent since 2016. Data use has increased by 146% over the same period.

Ofcom’s research shows that SIM-only deals and refurbished handsets continue to gain in popularity. New unlimited data tariffs have emerged, with plans that do not deduct monthly data when using certain social media and streaming apps.

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In its annual Pricing Trends report UK regulator Ofcom claims that the cost of monthly mobile contracts have fallen by £2 since 2018, with UK consumers paying less than those in France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the US.

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