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Italian telecom revenues down nearly 6% in Q1, data surges 75%

Monday 27 July 2020 | 14:32 CET | News
Total revenues in Italy's telecommunications sector fell by 5.8 percent year on year in the first quarter of 2020, impacted by the first few weeks of the country's coronavirus lockdown, according to a brief preliminary report from industry regulator Agcom. Earlier this month, the watchdog revealed that telecommunications industry revenues last year fell to EUR 29.8 billion, around 4.4 percent lower than in 2018.

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