Average Revenue Per Unit


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Average Revenue Per Unit

A measure of the total amount of revenue a product generates, divided by the total number of users or units of that product. Companies use the ARPU to determine how profitable a certain product is, and, if necessary, make improvements, expand, or cancel the product. ARPU is commonly used in the telecommunications industry to determine the revenue generated per cell phone user on various plans and/or types of cell phone.
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SUPERIOR INDUSTRIES: In a research note following the USMCA announcement, BWS Financial analyst Vahid Khorsand told investors that the agreement puts into place several rules that benefit Superior Industries (SUP) and may open up new opportunities for the company and push average revenue per unit higher.
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.
Postpay Average Revenue per Unit (ARPU) was USD56.35 for the second quarter of 2010 with postpay data ARPU increasing to USD13.23.
The United States, Mexico, Canada Agreement puts into place several rules that benefit Superior Industries and may open up new opportunities for the company and push average revenue per unit higher, BWS Financial analyst Vahid Khorsand tells investors in a research note.
If customers do stay, they use fewer mobile calling services or service units, and provide the operator with lower average revenue per unit (ARPU).
DEAL 'HIGHLY FAVORABLE' TO SUPERIOR INDUSTRIES: In a research note following the announcement, BWS Financial's Khorsand told investors that the USMCA puts into place several rules that benefit Superior Industries and may open up new opportunities for the company and push average revenue per unit higher.
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.
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.
TELUS continued to attract new wireless customers andincrease average revenue per unit (ARPU) from use of more wireless dataservices and continued focus on higher value postpaid subscribers.
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