Kyrgyzstan’s incumbent fixed line operator Kyrgyztelecom (KT) has reported revenue of KGS2.251 billion (USD46.7 million) for the year ended 31 December 2012, down from KGS2.474 billion twelve months earlier and KGS2.445 billion in 2010. Service revenues stood at KGS2.082 billion, 34% of which was accounted for by international and long-distance telephony (down from a share of 47% a year earlier) and 19% by local telephony sales (up slightly from 18% in 2011). Internet and data transmission services, meanwhile, are accounting for a rising proportion of total service revenue (31%, up from 20% the previous year) and television and radio comprised 15% of total sales (an increase of one percentage point year-on-year). The majority state-owned company said that EBITDA totalled KGS665.6 million in 2012, compared to KGS899 million the previous year, while net profit slipped from KGS352.6 million to KGS204.9 million over the same period. As at 31 December 2012 the number of KT’s fixed telephony lines had declined to 438,664 from 443,731 a year earlier.