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AT&T Mexico Q1 revenues down 3% on forex effects, adds 93,000 clients

Wednesday 24 April 2019 | 14:49 CET | News
AT&T Mexico reported revenues down 3.0 percent year on year to USD 651 million in the first quarter of 2019 due above all to ongoing foreign exchange effects and a 22 percent year on year slump in equipment sales, partly offset by a 9.4 percent rise in service revenues to USD 442 million. The unit posted an overall operating loss of USD 205 million in the January to March period, again attributed to the stronger dollar, compared to a loss of USD 259 million in the year-earlier quarter.

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Categories: General
Companies: AT&T / AT&T Mexico / Sky Mexico / Vrio
Countries: Latin America / Mexico
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