For the quarter ended 30th September 2011, S Mobility*’s total income was Rs 540.7 crore, an increase of 12.48% from its income in Q2FY11, when it had reported a total income of Rs 480.7 crore. Its net profits went down by more than 77% YoY to Rs 12 crore from Rs 54 crore that it registered during the same quarter, last year. - The company’s mobile devices business reported a total revenue of Rs 478.4 crore, an increase of 11.8%. Segment result or Profit before tax and interest, for mobile devices was Rs 2.1 crore, a significant decline compared to Q2FY11 when it reported a profit of Rs 39.5 crore. - The Services business segment reported net revenues of Rs 62.3 crore, a growth of 14.52% compared to Q2FY11 revenues of Rs 54.4 crore. The segment results for services was at Rs 8.3 crore, a decrease from last year’s results which were at Rs 11.9 crore. Download: Results Highlights: - According to a statement from the company, S Mobility has started investing in hiring and market expansion reflected in increased expenses in manpower, branding and administrative cost, to focus on the Mobile Internet space. - A subsidiary of the company has subscribed to 100% equity in S Retail Fze and it has been consolidated from the date of incorporation. - The company has also subscribed for 100% equity in Spice VAS Zambia, which has not been consolidated, since there are no operations. Same is the case with S Mobility (HK). -…
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