UPC revenues up 11% in Q2

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Revenues of telecom company UPC Magyarország rose 11.4% year-on-year in the second quarter, while subscriber numbers rose to 1.989 million at the end of June, 6.7% up from a year earlier, the company told state news agency MTI on Tuesday.

Broadband internet subscriber numbers rose 6.8% to more than 645,000.

Digital and analog TV subscribers increased by 2.6% to exceed 673,000.

The number of landline telephone subscribers climbed 7.1% to 596,000.

Mobile subscribers came close to 75,000, up more than 56%.

UPC Magyarország had revenues of HUF 66.57 billion in 2016.   

UPC is a unit of US telecommunications and television company Liberty Global.

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