UK-based cable group Liberty Global has reported a 0.3% year-on-year dip in first quarter revenue, booking turnover of USD2.88 billion for the three months to end-March 2020. Operating cash flow (OCF) fell by 2.8% over the same period to USD1.15 billion, which Liberty attributed to a combination of organic OCF decline and the negative impact of exchange rate movements. Adjusted free cash flow (FCF) improved to a loss of USD317 million from USD558.7 million in Q1 2019. Liberty reported a net loss of 18,900 customer relationships during the period, compared to a loss of 1,700 a year earlier, with slowing customer attrition at its Swiss and Belgian units offset by a decelerating growth in Poland and Slovakia (net additions of 6,100 compared to 11,700) and a reversal of fortunes in the UK and Ireland, where the company recorded a net loss of 1,100 compared to expansion of 35,500 a year earlier. Similarly, the operator reported a net loss of 104,700 RGUs, driven by declines in the UK (83,800) and Switzerland (29,100). Group-wide RGUs at end-March 2020 totalled 24.93 million across 10.71 million customer relationships, and included 9.37 million broadband subscriptions and 8.20 million video accounts. In addition, Liberty served 6.36 million mobile users.