Business News 31.1.2018 08:26 am

Vodacom says revenue up 6.7 percent to R22.6bn in quarter to December 2017

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odacom said it added 2.5 million active customers during the quarter.

Mobile company Vodacom said on Wednesday its group revenue rose 6.7 percent to R22.6 billion in the quarter ended December 2017.

Vodacom said it added 2.5 million active customers during the quarter; 1.6 million in South Africa and 0.9 million in its international operations. This saw it reach 73.6 million active customers across the group, up 13.0 percent year on year.

“Our strategy of sustained investment into our network and improving customer experience has delivered solid gains in customer numbers in South Africa, and driven growth in our International operations,” Group CEO Shameel Joosub.

– African News Agency (ANA)

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