Wholesale and broadband services boost Telekom Slovenije in Q1

12 May 2017

Telekom Slovenije, which has operations across Slovenia, Kosovo, Bosnia & Herzegovina and other parts of southeast Europe, has reported operating revenues of EUR181.3 million (USD195 million) for the first three months of 2017, up 2% on the same period last year. The firm said the increase was primarily due to improved sales in the wholesale market and higher revenues from broadband and IT services, despite the reduced income from mobile subscribers and pre-paid users. EBITDA fell 3% to EUR50.8 million, though net profit climbed 12% to EUR9.7 million. The operator had 2.08 million retail fixed and mobile telephony subscribers in southeast Europe at the end of March 2017, down from 2.13 million a year earlier, while its broadband user total climbed slightly from 346,238 to 348,801 over the same period.

Slovenia, Telekom Slovenije (incl. Mobitel)