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UPC Romania revenues increased by nine per cent last year

UPC Romania, part of Liberty Global group, has seen an increase of 8.8 per cent in terms of revenues in 2016, up to 689.3 million RON (153 million Euro) according to Robert Redeleanu, CEO UPC Romania and Hungary.

2017-02-16 17:06:13

The company also managed to reach a total number of 2,273,600 clients at the end of last year and extending its national coverage by ten per cent compared to 2015. Last year, UPC Romania had eight per cent more clients in the digital television segment and 9.5 per cent more internet customers than in 2015.

"We have concluded a good year," said Robert Redeleanu. "Positive results and feedback from our clients give us confidence and encourage us to continue our development. In 2017 we want to continue the same growth that we had last year."



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