Partner Communications Co Ltd reported third-quarter FY21 revenue growth of 5 percent year-on-year to $259 million.
Service Revenues rose 6 percent Y/Y to $208 million, and Equipment Revenues declined 2 percent Y/Y to $ 51 million.
Partner exceeded the 3 million cellular subscribers for the first time in almost a decade and continued to reduce the churn rate to the lowest level since 2011.
“Partner has more than 200 thousand fiber-optic subscribers from over 660 thousand households in dozens of municipalities around the country that can connect to Partner’s fiber-optic network without delay,” CEO Avi Zvi said.
“By the end of 2022, Partner expects that approximately one million households will be able to connect and enjoy Partner’s fiber-optic experience across the country,” he added.
Adjusted EBITDA rose 23 percent Y/Y to $77 million. EPADS was $0.04.
Partner generated $69 million in operating cash flow and held $245 million in cash and equivalents. Net debt stood at $205 million.
Partner looks to issue debentures solely in Israel via a new series of debentures up to NIS 150 million and raising debt through commercial bank loan worth NIS 150 million.
Partner Communications Co Ltd shares closed 1.16 percent higher at $6.12 on Monday.
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