points on the previous year). At the same time, convergent offers rose 35 year on year, with 728,000 customers at 31 December 2015. Convergent offers represented 81 of this customer base at that same date (4 percentage points year on year). Net income The Orange Group had consolidated net income.958 billion euros code reduction kiosquemag in 2015, compared.225 billion euros in 2014 (on an historical basis). An interim dividend for 2015.20 euros per share was paid on 9 December 2015 and the balance.40 euros per share will be paid on The Group expects to propose a dividend.60 euros per share for 2016. The revenue decline was offset by reduced operating costs (interconnection and network costs, advertising and overheads) and by increased income from asset disposals. Fixed broadband revenues continued their steady climb (6.6 on a comparable basis) with an increase in the customer base.753 million at 31 December 2015 (6.7 year on year on a comparable basis). It included 960,000 fibre subscribers at that date, versus 563,000 one year earlier (71). The restated ratio of net financial debt to ebitda was.01x at 31 December 2015, versus.09x at 31 December 2014. Orange remains the fibre leader in France, bringing connectivity.1 million households (1.4 million year on year).
Orange is ranked number one in 4G with coverage of 80 of the population, and is pursuing the deployment. (2) O/w subordinated notes. Revenues grew for the second consecutive quarter (up.1 in the 4th quarter after rising.5 in the 3rd quarter led by the favourable trend in France and the Europe zone, while business in Africa and the Middle East remained strong. (3) Other operating items mainly include disbursements related to restructuring costs and disputes.
Restated ebitda Restated ebitda was.426 billion euros in 2015, stable (0.1) on a comparable basis after declining.5 in 2014. These are operators that do not have their own radio network and thus use the infrastructure of third-party networks. * The Board of Directors of Orange SA met on 15 February 2016 and approved the Group's financial statements. Increased direct costs (commercial costs and interconnection costs) were partially offset by increased revenues and decreased indirect costs (advertising and frequency fees). A large share of the investments concerned 4G services in all countries of the Europe zone and very high-speed broadband in Spain (fibre) and Poland (fibre and vdsl). In addition, investments in 4G continued to be high, and 4G coverage reached 85 of the population at 31 December 2015. For the previous scope of operations, this target corresponds to the upper end of the initial target range announced at the beginning of 2015. No public offer of these securities has been or will be made in the United States or elsewhere. The 4th quarter also saw the effects of new, richer contract offers, helping to improve arpu. In Poland, more than.7 million households were eligible for vdsl at 31 December 2015, and 716,000 households had fibre connectivity at that date. IT and integration services were.6; in particular, the growth of security services and of the Cloud remained strong over the quarter (14 and 7 respectively). Prior to this transaction, Orange received a dividend of 132 million pounds sterling (approximately 173 million euros) in January 2016.
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