Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11851/1607
Title: Customer Churn Analysis Among Product Groups and Packages in Telecommunication Sector
Other Titles: Telekomünikasyon Sektöründe Müşterilerin Ürün Grupları ve Tarifeler Arası Geçiş Analizi
Authors: Meterelliyoz Kuyzu, Melike
Tufan, Erhan
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Keywords: Customer Churn
Telecommunication
Product Group
Package
Discrete Choice Model
Multinomial Logit
Conditional Logit
Customer Demography
CRM
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Bilgesel Yayıncılık San & Tic Ltd
Source: Meterelliyoz, M., & Tufan, E. (2014). Customer Churn Analysis Among Product Groups and Packages in Telecommunication Sector. IKTISAT ISLETME VE FINANS, 29(345), 41-81.
Abstract: This study determines the customer churn among the product groups and packages; specifies the major factors that cause the churn and also makes some suggestions by analysing a telecommunication firm's data. Discrete choice modelling (multinomial or conditional logit) which has not been used in the previous studies in this area is applied as a modelling technique. In the modelling phase, package features, demographic characteristic and usage information of customers are chosen as variables. As a result, significant demographic characteristics such as income level, household number, dwell type and monthly call duration, and their relative effects are determined. Also, package fee is observed as the most descriptive package feature in the model. By using these variables, package selection probabilities are determined, and suggestions are made for the company and the telecommunication sector.
URI: http://www.iif.com.tr/index.php/iif/article/view/iif.2014.345.4064
https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11851/1607
ISSN: 1300-610X
Appears in Collections:İşletme Bölümü / Department of Management
WoS İndeksli Yayınlar Koleksiyonu / WoS Indexed Publications Collection

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