Revenue from international call services dropped 20.7% to $9.8m.
M1’s profit fell 5.3% YoY to $34.4m in Q2 from $36.3m. Revenue jumped 10.1% YoY to $274.6m from $249.5m.
Revenue from international call services crashed 29.4% to $9.8m from $13.9m whilst mobile telco services dipped 0.1% to $142.6m. Meanwhile, fixed services soared 25.9% to $37.8m.
In Q3, M1’s prepaid customers crashed 20.7% YoY to 584,000 from 736,000. Fibre customers climbed 12.3% to 204,000 users whilst post-paid customers grew 7.1% to 1.36 million from 1.27 million users a year ago.
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The telco firm also received a pre-conditional offer from Keppel’s Konnectivity and the Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) which intends to make a pre-conditional voluntary conditional general offer for all the issued and paid-up ordinary shares in the capital of the company apart from those already owned by Konnectivity.
“M1 continues its transformation to a Smart Communications Provider to compete in the converged digital economy,” the firm said.
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