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Eir reports Q3 revenue down 3%, confirms withdrawal of sports channels

Thursday 20 May 2021 | 17:19 CET | News
Eir has reported revenue of EUR 299 million for its FY third quarter to 31 March 2021, down 3 percent or EUR 8 million year-on-year, with growth in broadband, data services and bundling offset up lower traditional access, sport content, traffic, eir UK and mobile revenue. EBITDA was stable at EUR 154 million as Eir continued its business streamlining and cost savings programme; with operating costs down 4 percent or EUR 4 million to EUR 92 million.

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