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Grameenphone’s ARPU falls by 7% in 2008 (Bangladesh)

Posted on: February 15, 2009

GrameenPhone, cuntry’s largest mobile operator in terms of subscribers, has posted a net profits of $47.4 million in 2008, rising from $1.8million in 2007. The Bangladeshi incumbent added nearly 4.5million subscribers in 2008 compared to 6 million in 2007 and ended the year with 20.99 million GSM subscribers. The lowered net additions and lowered handset subsidy has led to a rise in net income of the operator. The operator’s annual revenues rose by 13% though the monthly ARPU dropped by 7% since last year.

Source: Wireless Federation


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