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Telefonica Brasil SA (VIVT4.SA)

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Thu, May 9 2019

UPDATE 1-Telefonica Brasil sees positive trend for revenue as prices rise

SAO PAULO, May 9 Brazilian wireless carrier Telefonica Brasil expects rising prices to keep revenue on a positive track this year even as competition in Latin America's largest market grows, Chief Executive Christian Gebara said on Thursday.

Telefonica Brasil lifts prices in pre-paid lines, sees positive trend in revenues

SAO PAULO, May 9 Telefonica Brasil, the largest wireless carrier in the country, is increasing prices in pre-paid lines after years of stagnation, a move likely to positively impact revenues in the second quarter, Chief Executive Christian Gebara told journalists on Thursday.

UPDATE 1-Telefonica Brasil lifts profit with lower operating and debt costs

SAO PAULO, May 9 Lower operating and debt servicing costs helped Telefonica Brasil SA post a 22.2 percent rise in first quarter net income, outperforming its rival TIM Participações and exceeding market expectations.

Telefônica Brasil posts Q1 net profit 22.2 pct higher, beats expectations

SAO PAULO, May 9 Telefonica Brasil SA on Thursday posted a quarterly net income 22.2 percent higher compared to the same period a year earlier, exceeding market expectations amid solid operational performance and lower financial expenses.

UPDATE 1-Telefonica Brasil sees higher revenues, margins in 2019 -CEO

SÃO PAULO, Feb 20 Telefonica Brasil SA , Brazil's largest wireless carrier, expects to boost revenues and margins this year by raising prices and automating more of its customer service arm, its chief executive officer said on Wednesday.

Telefonica Brasil Q4 net profit drops 2 percent as expected

SÃO PAULO, Feb 20 Telefonica Brasil SA on Wednesday reported that net profit in the fourth quarter fell 2 percent from a year earlier to 1.5 billion reais ($404.55 million), pressured by asset depreciation and stagnant revenues, roughly in line with expectations.

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