Revenue structure by services
|Local telephony services||87,436||89,504||(2%)|
|Intra–zone telephony services||17,171||19,634||(13%)|
|DLD/ILD telephony services||17,101||20,562||(17%)|
|Interconnection and traffic transit services||24,864||21,991||13%|
|Mobile communication services||38,902||41,161||(5%)|
services (VPN, data centres,
wholesale Internet sales)
|Rent of channels||9,486||11,433||(17%)|
Revenue structure by customer segments
The Company reported a 1.2% y-o-y increase in revenue (excluding one-off revenues in 1Q 2012) to RUB 326 bln in 2013 (when one-off revenues are included, revenue fell by 2% year-on-year). This was influenced by the following:
- 8%, or RUB 4.3 bln, growth from broadband services and 29%, or RUB 2.7 bln, growth from pay-TV services due to an increased subscriber base;
- 13%, or RUB 2.9 bln, from interconnection and traffic transit services (additional volumes from other operators to Rostelecom’s networks).
The revenue growth was partially offset by a decline in revenues from Domestic Long Distance and International Long Distance and intrazonal telephony services, which primarily reflected on-going changes in usage patterns for traditional fixed-line services.
Revenue dynamics, RUB billion
Key operating highlights
- The number of broadband subscribers grew by 8% year-on-year to 10.6 million;
- The B2C subscriber base grew by 9% to 9.8 million, while the number of subscribers connected by fibre optic increased by 30% year-on-year to 4.0 million (38% of the total subscriber base).
- The pay-TV subscriber base grew by 9% year-on-year to 7.5 million subscribers
- The number of IPTV subscribers increased by 38% to 2.2 million
- The number of mobile subscribers increased by 9% year-on-year to 14.8 million.
|Number of subscribers (million)||2013||2012||% change, y–o–y|
|Local telephony services||26.5||28.2||(6%)|
|Mobile communication services||14.8||13.6||9%|