Definitions for "Churn"
Industry term for the frequent switching of customers between service providers.
Churn is used to describe (usually in terms of a percentage) the amount of households/subscribers either unsubscribing completely from digital television services or switching from one operator to another.
Refers to customers starting and stopping several times a year.
Keywords:  agitate, stir, butter, cream, dasher
A vessel in which milk or cream is stirred, beaten, or otherwise agitated (as by a plunging or revolving dasher) in order to separate the oily globules from the other parts, and obtain butter.
To stir, beat, or agitate, as milk or cream in a churn, in order to make butter.
To shake or agitate with violence.
Wagering on an event with winnings from a previous event.
The effect of rebetting winnings.
The effect of betting and rebetting money
Keywords:  wildside, shihad, album, zealand, june
Churn is an album of recorded music by Shihad, released in 1993. The album was released in New Zealand by Wildside Records on 12 July 1993 and in Europe on June 25 1994 on Modern Music.
Keywords:  attrition, see
see Attrition
The effect of sports gambling and regambling money
The effect of betting and re-betting money
the frequency rate at which staff changes are made in organisations (and interior desk layouts reconfigured to accommodate them).
The degree to which a workforce moves or shifts areas within a building per year, normally stated as a percent of the total number of employees.
The practice by a broker of trading inappropriately on behalf of a client, purely to generate extra commission.
The transfer (authorised or unauthorised) of a telecommunications service from one provider to another.
Keywords:  operation, perform
To perform the operation of churning.