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Reflections from a Swede in Norway.

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It’s too late for that now

Published: Thursday 2004-03-25.

My current mobile phone company called me yesterday asking why I had opted to switch to a new carrier. I told them the reason, that the current subscription is a bit too expensive as it is now, and that I thought that Chess had a better alternative, to which the bloke countered that I could switch to another subscription inside Ventelo.

It’s too bad they didn’t respond when I asked them about that a few months ago, now they have missed their opportunity.

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  • Datum: 2004-03-25 13.24.13 CET
  • Namn: Anders Carlsson
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Dr. Philip Kotler, en av "husgudarna" på inst. för ekonomi och informatik på MdH, lär ha hävdad i sin kurslitteratur att det är sex gånger svårare att skaffa en ny kund än att behålla sin nuvarande. Jag kan ingenting om det stämmer i praktiken, men förvånande många företag verkar agera som förhållandet är det motsatta.

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