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DjShadow

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Just found this on scoop.co.nz:

Quarter ended 31 March 2006

Net customer additions 44,000
Total customer numbers 2,068,000
Market share 52.5%
Voice minute usage on network 602 million
Average Revenue Per User**
Total 51.2
On Account 138.5
Prepay 25.7
**reported on a three-monthly rolling basis

Anyone know how well Telecom did?


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  #37260 31-May-2006 11:16
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I think TCNZ's year end is 31st June, no doubt we'll find out about that time :)

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  #37337 31-May-2006 19:29
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I think they go to 30 June only.... Leave 31 for somebody else.....




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  #37340 31-May-2006 19:34
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Telecom's Quarterly results ending March were given earlier this month. The following is from their press release

Mobile revenue is derived from voice and data services on Telecom’s 027 network (CDMA) and 025 (TDMA) networks including 3rd generation mobile (T3G) services.

  • Total mobile revenues increased 9.8% to $573 million for the nine months and by 7.8% to $193 million for the quarter
  • Voice revenue was $393 million, an increase of 2.9% for the nine months
  • Data revenue increased 61.8% to $123 million
  • Total connections at 31 March 2006 were 1,878,000 an increase of 23.0% (351,000) over the 12 months from 31 March 2005
  • Net mobile connections for the quarter ended 31 March 2006 were approximately 70,000
  • Total ARPU (average revenue per user – monthly) including interconnection was $45.90, a decrease of 10%. The lower ARPU is a reflection of the large take-up of prepaid services over the past 12 months
  • Mobile data revenue growth was boosted by mobile broadband connections as well as services such as Push2Talk, photo and video messaging, Song ID, caller tunes and ring tones

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