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Liberty Global grows Q4 revenues 18%

Friday 25 February 2011 | 08:53 CET | News
Liberty Global reported fourth-quarter revenues up 18 percent year-on-year to USD 2.43 billion. Growth was largely due to its takeover of Unitymedia in Germany; on an organic basis revenues rose 5 percent. The company added 319,000 revenue-generating units in Q4, for a total 27.8 million at year-end. That includes 332,000 new digital TV customers, 199,000 additional broadband subscribers, and 157,000 more telephony users, offsetting a loss of 37,000 analogue video subscribers. ARPU, excluding currency effects and Unitymedia, rose 6 percent to USD 41.24. The cable group generated operating

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Liberty Global / Unitymedia
Countries: Europe
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