Cell C makes FY net loss of nearly ZAR 4 bln, pre-paid customers drop 21%

Tuesday 24 March 2020 | 09:50 CET | News
South Africa Cell C made a net loss after tax of ZAR 3.94 billion for the year ending December 2019, although its fortunes improved in the second half as it boosted operational efficiencies. The number of pre-paid customers dropped by 21 percent over the year.

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Companies: Cell C
Countries: South Africa
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