Wednesday October 28, 2020

BT Ireland posts 1% revenue rise

BT Ireland saw revenue increase by 1 per cent, excluding the impact of foreign exchange movements, in the quarter to the end of September.

1st November, 2012

BT Ireland saw revenue increase by 1 per cent, excluding the impact of foreign exchange movements, in the quarter to the end of September. The company did not reveal a total figure for its revenue in Ireland.

Its parent company, BT Group, the biggest fixed-line phone company in Britain, saw its share price advance more than 5 per cent after keeping its full-year profit target as cost cuts helped it avoid a drop in earnings for...

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