Turkcell revenues up 8% to TRY 3.1 bln in Q4

Tuesday 17 February 2015 | 14:13 CET | News
Turkcell saw its Group revenues grow by 8 percent to TRY 3.103 billion  with the higher contribution of mobile broadband and fiber broadband revenues. Group EBITDA rose 8 percent to TRY 917 million with an EBITDA margin of 29.6 percent compared to 29.5 percent a year ago. Net income fell by 49 percent to TRY 258 million. Mobile business revenues in Turkey reached TRY 2.392 billion on 7 percent growth, while the EBITDA margin rose to 30.1 percent from 29.9 percent. Mobile broadband revenues rose by 44 percent to TRY 567 million, posting the highest growth rate of the year. Voice revenues grew

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