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Softbank net profit tumbles 35.7% in Q2

Thursday 1 November 2012 | 08:41 CET | News
Japanese mobile operator Softbank reported a 35.7 percent decline in its net profit for the fiscal second quarter to JPY 78.77 billion from JPY 122.46 billion in the same period last year. Net sales soared 6.2 percent to JPY 819.21 billion for the three months ended 30 September. ARPU for the fiscal second quarter was JPY 4070, a JPY 230 year on year decrease. Out of this, voice ARPU declined JPY 290 year on year to JPY 1,490 and data ARPU rose JPY 60 year on year to JPY 2,580. The decline in voice ARPU mainly reflects dilution due to an increase in devices that do not have voice

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Companies: Softbank Mobile / Yahoo!
Countries: Japan
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