RIM and Nokia hemorrhaging customers to Apple

Customers are so happy with their iPhone that 89% are planning to stick with with Apple.

According to a survey by UBS, handset makers RIM and Nokia are hemorrhaging customers to Apple.

Here's the chart showing where people are moving to and where they are moving from:

According to UBS, the vast majority of those dumping Nokia and RIM and going to Apple (and, to a far lesser extent, Samsung and HTC), which has the best customer retention rate of any of the companies. Customers are so happy with their iPhone that 89% are planning to stick with with Apple.

Good news for Apple, not good news for other makers.

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