EE enjoys fixed broadband growth in Q3

Wednesday, October 22nd 2014
EE added another 18,000 fixed broadband customers in the three months to September 30th.
EE enjoys fixed broadband growth in Q3
Growth in its broadband customer base helped EE enjoy a further upturn in earnings during the third quarter of 2014.

In its latest financial results publication, the communications giant reported a 20 per cent rise in fixed revenue for the three months to September 30th, representing its 11th successive quarter of growth.

EE added another 18,000 fixed broadband customers between July and September, while the company reported "very strong progress" for its fixed telephony, ADSL broadband and fibre optic-based services.

Overall, the network operator recorded a turnover of just under £1.6 billion for the quarter, down by 2.5 per cent on the corresponding period of 2013.

Neal Milsom, Chief Financial Officer of EE, insisted the company is delivering "consistent underlying performance" despite the highly competitive state of the communications market.

"We are investing to further innovate on behalf of our customers by delivering not just the best network but also improvements in customer service," he added.

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