OnMobile Global reported consolidated profits of Rs 17.8 crore for the quarter ended 31st December 2011, on revenues of 168.83 crore. Revenues were up year on year from Rs 148.61 crore, and Rs 155.22 sequentially, while Telecom VAS revenues were up 28.36% year on year, to Rs 159.24 crore, from Rs 129.42 crore the previous fiscal. International revenues, the company said, contributed 48% of its topline, against 42% in the previous quarter, and in the month of December, around 50% of its revenues came from international markets. Content costs for OnMobile increased sequentially by 5.12%, but declined year on year by 20.82%. What is telling is that, on a rolling four quarter basis, OnMobile has reported a 9% decline in domestic revenue (Net), down to Rs 360.2 crore over the last four quarters, compared with Rs 393.9 crore the four…
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