Hutchison's Austrian arm speeds growth in mobile customers


VIENNA, Nov 28 (Reuters) - Hutchison Whampoa's Austrian telecoms business H3G has won customers at a faster rate since merging its brand with that of Orange Austria, which it bought at the start of 2013. H3G's profitability is also improving, Chief Executive Jan Trionow said on Thursday, as it cuts staff and closes shops after the merger that reduced the number of mobile operators in the small Alpine republic to three from four. The company embarked on an ...


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