The latest results published by the company show that the biggest growth was in Slovenia, where the 69,000 total was 14.6% higher than a year earlier.
Meanwhile, in Bulgaria the pay-TV subscriber total as of the end of 2019 stood at 530,500, up 4.5% on a year earlier, and in Croatia at 235,100, or 2.5% more.
In North Macedonia there was a 2.6% increase, with the company’s subsidiary posted 132,200 pay-TV subscribers at year’s end.
The one exception was Belarus, where the number of customers fell by 5.3% to 386,300. In A1’s home market Austria the company noted a 3.5% annual growth in pay-TV customers, with the total standing at 323,900 as of the end of 2019.
A1 Telekom Austria had total revenues of €1,200.4 million (+4.1% y-o-y) and EBITDA of €355.5 million (+6.4% y-o-y) in Q4 2019.
Its net result was €35.3 million (-17%), though for the year as a whole its profit was 34.4% higher at €327.4 million.
Furthermore, full-year EBITDA grew in all segments for the first time in 15 years.