Belgian telecom operator Proximus added 11,000 TV customers to its base in the third quarter, taking its total to 1.595 million, up 3.4% year-on-year.
The telco had 8,000 new fixed internet customers over the same period, taking its total to 2.01 million, up 2.3% year-on-year.
Overall, Proximus posted revenues of €1.095 billion for the quarter, down 0.9% thanks to lower mobile device revenue. EBITDA was up 1.1% to €431 million, thanks higher direct margins attributed to a growing customer base, focus on value management and on the impact of acquisitions in the enterprise segment.
Proximus CEO Dominique Leroy said that the company’s segmentation strategy was paying off. She said that the Proximus brand was now delivering “a more valuable customer base” thanks to the success of Tuttimus and Bizz All-in offers, which counted 477,000 subscribers at the end of September.
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