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T-Mobile NL revenues lift 5.3% in quarter marked by growth at business

Thursday 21 February 2019 | 08:25 CET | News
T-Mobile Netherlands said fourth quarter revenues rose 5.3 percent from the year before to EUR 360 million, that the EBITDA lifted 11 percent to EUR 104 million and that the EBITDA margin went up 1.5 percentage point to 29.9 percent. Capex amounted to EUR 36 million, or 10 percent of revenues. As a result, the free cash flow went to EUR 68 million. The company added that Tele2 Netherlands, consolidated from 2 January, will start contributing to results in the first quarter.

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