UPC Ireland reports strong rise in subs in Q2

5 Aug 2013

Irish cable TV, broadband and voice telephony provider UPC Ireland has reported its financial results for the three months ending 30 June 2013, showing a strong rise in subscribers for its telecoms services, but a small fall in TV subscriptions. The cableco, part of US-based Liberty Global Inc (LGI), closed out the period under review with a total of 1.022 million revenue generating units (RGUs), up slightly from 1.013 million a year earlier. Of the total, 321,300 people were signed up to its broadband service, compared to 315,700 at end-June 2012, 265,900 were using its voice telephony service (254,700) and 377,400 were subscribed to its digital TV packages, down from 382,300 twleve months before.

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