According to the company, they were stable on a quarterly basis and 1.2% lower than in the same period last year.
Meanwhile, its customer base stood at 10.8 million at the end of June.
Broadband TV News notes that Vodafone Group did not provide specific figures on Romania in its latest results. Instead, they were contained in the “other Europe” section which also includes Hungary and the Czech Republic but not Germany, Italy, UK, Spain and Portugal.
In her comments on the results in Romania, Murielle Lorilloux, CEO of Vodafone Romania, said: “The last few months have come with great and numerous challenges for people, companies and other social and economic actors in our digital society. At Vodafone, we have taken swift steps to ensure that our own business continues to operate at full capacity in these new and exceptional conditions so that we can be able to support society, as fixed and mobile communication services have once again proved to be vital infrastructures. Our main objective has been to protect our employees. and to develop reliable communication solutions for all our clients so that they can continue their personal and professional lives”.
She added: “In my opinion, the current situation is an opportunity for everyone, from companies, authorities and other socio-economic actors, to improve the country’s digital infrastructure, to reduce the gaps between different sectors and areas of Romania and to accelerate digitalization. for the benefit of society and for a more resilient and sustainable future. We all live in this new market context and we must act together with determination to establish a more comprehensive and ambitious digital agenda for Romania”.