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churn rate

(1) The percentage of customers who cancel their subscription service. The term often refers to cellphone contracts.

(2) The percentage of employees who leave the company during a certain time period. See churning.
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Telecommunication service providers across the globe are facing very low customer satisfaction levels and high churn rates. With the magnitude of these challenges increasing gradually, telecom service providers are forced to use multiple channels to communicate with their customers.
He said retail postpaid phone churn was 0.82 percent in the fourth quarter, which the company says indicates "continued strong customer loyalty." Dunne said: "In a highly competitive wireless market, our connections growth and churn rates signal that customers are attracted to our network superiority and reliability, as well as our unique product offerings.
The business model is supported by long-term contracts with global and regional enterprises and telecoms operators that have a history of low customer churn rates. Higher demand for data, storage and bandwidth provides future growth opportunities for Liquid Telecom's enterprises and wholesale data divisions.
It excludes Birch's legacy consumer and single-line business customers, which have lower profitability and average revenue per customer as well as higher churn rates.
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With average self-pay monthly churn rates holding steady at 1.9%, and the new vehicle consumer conversion rate also holding at 40%, the balancing act of bringing in new subscribers while controlling the cost of doing so seems to be paying off for SiriusXM.
The Vendor Analytics include analyses of market share, market share accretion, churn rates, customer enrollment, customer satisfaction and client demographics -- all leveraging multiple metrics.
* View (RCE) Residential Customer Equivalents, Churn rates and more.
Globe said this came from strong gross acquisitions during the period despite the higher churn rates on Globe Postpaid and Prepaid brands.
The firm said that the mobile banking module would provide D3 Banking with vendor analytics, client churn rates, industry analytics and so on.
Table 1 provides data on job openings, hires, and fill rates by industry and also includes churn rates, which are discussed next.