The determinants of mobile subscriber retention in Sweden
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A binomial logit model is estimated on individual telecommunications service use data. The model examines whether operator-specific switching costs and termination-based prices impact on retention. The results show that service attributes (brand image and on-net prices) are significant in retaining subscribers. As customers of larger networks face higher switching costs, only the largest operator can use termination-based pricing to retain mobile subscribers.
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