During second quarter of 2014,
Its subscription revenue was down 1.8 percent year-on-year. Lower revenue in mobile service was offset by increased revenue from end-user devices.
Its adjusted EBIT stood at
During the first half, the company added 27,000 net new customers reaching a total of 4.12 million mobile customers, with ARPU stable at
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