Sept 3 (Reuters) - French telecoms operator Iliad on Thursday reported a rise in half-year revenue helped by a third consecutive quarter of new mobile subscribers and further network rollouts.
Iliad’s half-year revenue rose 1.8% to 2.5 billion euros ($2.95 billion), bringing its core profit (EBITDAaL) up 9.4% to 876 million euros.
The country’s second largest telecoms operator revised upwards some of its mid-term targets and now plans to launch its fixed broadband business in Italy by 2021. ($1 = 0.8476 euros) (Reporting by Sarah Morland in Gdansk Editing by Tomasz Janowski)
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