Virgin Media has claimed of posting a sound quarter fiscal figures for 2010.
It has been added that whilst at the quarter end of June 30th, the company proclaimed of having total revenue up to £964 million, which supposedly is close to nearing the distance of the billion mark.
The figure has been upped by 7.1% and stated it to be one of the strongest growth in four years, where the company has chalked out the performance reports for its mobile and business divisions.
Virgin at the same time has posted an operating income that soared from £9 million to £80 million.
It was further added that the firm will continue to have an growing graph that speaks of bundling strategy, that seeks a triple penetration growth that soared by 62%, and quad-play to just over 11%.
Neil Berkett, CEO of Virgin Media, said: "A growing base of customers, combined with increased ARPU and improvements in Business and Mobile revenues, drove strong revenue growth and a double digit year-on-year percentage increase in OCF for the third successive quarter."
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