ARPU

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ARPU

(Average Revenue Per User) A revenue calculation often used in the cellular industry and other subscription-based services where users pay varying fees depending on type of contract and usage. The term may be used in any industry that measures revenue on a per-user basis.
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In-stat/MDR's research shows that there are many European and Asian operators who see Personal Mobile Gateways (PMG) as an opportunity to increase average revenue per unit (ARPU) that offer other means for service differentiation.
The company's research shows that many European and Asian operators see personal mobile gateways (PMGs) as an opportunity to increase average revenue per unit (ARPU) that offer other means for service differentiation.
Portfolio quality is also up with average revenue per unit in our Conventional portfolio increasing nearly 8% to $1,362.
In the fourth quarter we added nearly forty thousand net new wireless subscribers and increased Average Revenue Per Unit (ARPU) by over 3% compared to the third quarter as customers continue to choose higher value plans.
Though the number of PND units sold, worldwide, is growing, the average revenue per unit is steadily declining.
If customers do stay, they use fewer mobile calling services or service units, and provide the operator with lower average revenue per unit (ARPU).
CVC's cable business consistently produces industry leading service penetration levels, average revenue per unit (ARPU) and ARPU growth rates in an increasingly competitive operating environment.
Wireless revenue benefited from continued subscriber growth, higher average revenue per unit (ARPU) due to increased smartphone adoption and related increased use of data services.
Annual shipments and revenues for LTE handsets, base stations and femtocells are given for each region as are LTE subscribers, revenues, average revenue per unit and LTE femtocell subscribers and revenues.
This strong growth was supported by continued subscriber additions and higher average revenue per unit (ARPU) across all growth services including wireless, Optik TV and high-speed Internet services.
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