Kazakhstan telecom market up 11% in year to date

Monday 31 May 2021 | 15:26 CET | News
The Kazakhstan telecommunications market was worth KZT 316.3 billion in the first four months of 2021, up by 11.1 percent year-on-year, according to figures from the national statistics agency reported by Profit.kz. Internet service revenues amounted to KZT 123.8 billion, up by 18.6 percent, and mobile service revenues rose 5.6 percent to KZT 79.4 billion. Revenues from DLD/ILD telephony services dropped by 11.2 percent to KZT 6.43 billion.

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