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Vodafone Germany revenues grow 0.2%, driven by mobile data

Friday 22 July 2011 | 09:45 CET | News
Vodafone Germany's service revenue increased by 0.2 percent year-on-year to EUR 2.17 billion in the fiscal first quarter of FY 2011/2012 (ending 31 March 2012). The growth was driven by strong data and enterprise revenue growth which offset by the impact of MTA cuts. Mobile service revenues increased by 0.2 percent to EUR 1.065 billion and the fixed network service revenues were stable at EUR 526 million, despite a drop of 0.2 percent or 8,000 DSL customers to end 3.45 million DSL users at the end of June. The mobile service revenues would have grown by 4.6 percent excluding the MTA effects.

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Companies: Vodafone / Vodafone Germany
Countries: Germany
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