January 25, 2014
According to mobile virtual network Prixtel, 53% of French believe that their budget mobile phone matches their expectations, but four out of ten French want their bills to be lower in 2014. In detail, 17% want to change your plan to achieve to reduce the latter, 16% want to go to the competition and 7% will change their habits. The low-cost non-binding offers reduce the amount spent on mobile telephony.
The study shows that 20% of French people still spend 300-600 euros per year in their mobile phone packages which represents a budget of 25-50 euros monthly. Invoices between 16 and 25 euros concern 23% of French and 18% have less than 16 € bill. Many consumers have a slightly higher offer “all-in-one”, certainly, but it includes mobile telephony and Internet access often fixed with broadband and unlimited, and chains television. The study did not specify whether French consumers are willing to spend more to have access to 4G or have additional services. More than 3 million people are already subscribed to 4G knowing that the three major operators (Orange, SFR and Bouygues Telecom), claiming one million subscribers each.