BT Ireland says third quarter revenue grew by 4%
The telecoms company also announced six senior sales appointments in Ireland
BT Ireland said underlying revenue grew by four per cent in the three months to December 31, its third consecutive quarter of revenue growth, as it announced the appointment of six senior sales professionals as it bids to build its multinational customer base in Ireland.
Meanwhile, parent company BT said earnings rose last quarter after the UK’s biggest broadband provider that’s pushing into mobile and pay-television won more customers for its internet and video products....
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