03 May 2017
- Mobile revenue was 1% lower at S$296 million compared to the same period a year ago. The pre-paid and post-paid customer base grew by 43,000 and 48,000 YoY respectively. Comparing to a year ago, both the pre-paid and post-paid ARPUs decreased by S$2 to S$15 and S$67 respectively.
- Pay TV revenue was 7% YoY lower at S$88 million due to a 41,000 drop in customer base to 487,000 households. YoY, churn rate was kept low at 0.9% and ARPU remained stable at S$51.
- Broadband revenue was slightly higher at S$54 million compared to a year ago, contributed mainly by an increased mix of customers on the higher speed fibre plans. For the quarter ended 31 March 2017, ARPU also saw an uplift of S$1 to S$37. The residential broadband customer base decreased by 3,000 to 470,000 households.
- Enterprise Fixed revenue increased 3% YoY to S$99 million. Data & Internet services revenue, which contributed 89% to the Enterprise Fixed revenue mix, was at S$88 million. Voice services revenue decreased 19% to S$11 million mainly due to lower traffic from IDD and international interconnect services.
- The number of households with three or more services stood at 338,000 households. This was lower compared to 350,000 households a year ago, primarily due to higher churn in overall TV households.