Onmobile Global reported total revenues of Rs 214 crore for the quarter ended March 31, a decline of 4.9% from Rs 225.1 crore from the same quarter last year and a drop of 5.6% from Rs 226.8 crore from the preceding quarter. Note the company has not mentioned its India revenues this quarter which had accounted for 23% of the Onmobile's topline in the preceding quarter. International business accounted for 76% of the total revenues or Rs 162.64 crore. Assuming this, India revenues the represent 24% of the total revenues or Rs 51.36 crore. On a consolidated basis, Onmobile reported a net loss of Rs 14.59 crore, as compared with loss of Rs 139.2 crore reported for the same quarter last year, and a profit of Rs 7.4 crore reported in Q3-FY15. International Business – International revenues, at Rs 162.64 crore, now account for 76% of Onmobile’s…
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