Full-service telco Centennial Puerto Rico’s revenues for the twelve months ended May 2007 dropped 1.9% to USD413 million from USD421 million the previous fiscal year. Mobile revenues in fiscal 2006/07 dropped 3.9% year-on-year to USD302 million, although broadband turnover increased 5.1% to USD123 million. At the end of May 2007 the Puerto Rican unit had a total of 406,500 mobile subscribers, up 5.9% compared to 383,500 a year earlier, with 99% of users on post-paid contracts. The US-owned company is currently rolling out CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev A technology and reported that it has completed the overlay over around a third of its network. In the March-May period the unit’s post-paid wireless ARPU fell to USD65 from USD67 in the previous three months, largely due to a drop in ‘equipment and miscellaneous’ revenue, but partially offset by an increase in data revenue. Data ARPU was USD5.88, a 77% increase from the same period last year. Centennial plans to increase its SME customer base through the deployment of WiMAX services, following the acquisition of wireless ISP Islanet in May.