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Telcos see 3.2% dip in Q1 for service quality: SMU study

27 Jun 2020 09:00

The study by the Singapore Management University involved 1,900 subscribers of various info-communications services between February and April. ST PHOTO: GIN TAY

By Wong Shiying

Mobile telcos experienced a decline of 3.2 per cent in reported service quality in the first quarter of this year compared with last year, according to an annual study by the Singapore Management University (SMU).

Mobile phone users gave lower ratings on whether they felt their service provider took good care of their needs and had their best interest at heart.

Mr Chen Yongchang, head of research and consulting at SMU's Institute of Service Excellence, which conducted this survey, said the fall in ratings could be due to service issues, such as having problems reaching the call centre.

He also said new entrants tend to offer services that target issues faced by existing telcos and offer more attractive packages, such as unlimited data and higher rebates.

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Source: Straits Times

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