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Poll: Use of prepaid and postpaid regarding adults

Use of prepaid and postpaid payment systems regarding mobile consumers of the age group 25+ by country during the first half of 2010

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Release date

December 2010



Survey time period

1st Half of 2010

Age group

25 years and older

Method of interview

Face-to-face interview, online survey

Supplementary notes

The study is based on a survey of mobile consumers regarding the following 19 countries: U.S. (75,000 samples) Germany (5,000 samples), Spain (5,000 samples), Italy (5,000 samples), UK (5,000 samples), Brazil (5,000 samples), Russia (5,000 samples), China (5,000 samples) and India (5,000 samples).
According to the source, prepaid is a method of payment where mobile credit is bought before the service is activated.

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