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AT&T Mexico adds nearly 1.3 mln subscribers in Q4

Wednesday 25 January 2017 | 23:29 CET | News
AT&T Mexico showed a strong finish to 2016, with net adds of 1.275 million new customers. That includes 233,000 postpaid customers and 1.06 million prepaid users, for a total base of 11.97 million at year-end. Mobile service revenues still fell 3.4 percent to USD 477 million, while equipment revenues doubled to USD 171 million from USD 87 million a year ago.

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