Kazakhtelecom increases revenues from services in 2012
Azerbaijan, Baku, Feb. 4 / Trend E. Kosolapova/
Kazakh telecommunications company Kazakhtelecom increased revenues from services to 175.822 billion tenge (150.88 tenge = $1) in 2012. The company's revenues from services in 2011 amounted to 173.436 billion tenge.
Kazakhtelecom's consolidated net income (excluding income from selling Kcell share) hit 20.046 billion tenge.
The company's consolidated EBITDA amounted to 69.195 billion tenge, EBITDA margin hit 39 percent in 2012.
Kazakhtelecom's capital investments amounted to 63.270 billion tenge in the reporting period.
Kazakhtelecom's telephone density was 24.27 per 100 inhabitants in 2011, including 31.78 phones in urban area and 15.21 phones in the rural area.
Kazakhtelecom is the national telecommunication operator and the largest telecommunication company in Kazakhstan. The company has branches in all regions of Kazakhstan. Kazakhtelecom's main shareholder is Kazakh Sovereign Wealth Fund Samruk Kazyna.