Utility soothes investors with surge clients before the crunch of AGM vote

Utilities tried to reassure investors, trumpeting a significant increase in the number of customers ahead of potentially voting on the future of its Chairman sir Charles Dunston at the meeting tomorrow.

The broadband provider has attracted 80,000 users in the three months to June, four times more than last year, but down from 109,000 she added in the three months before.

Took its total number of customers more than 4.2 m, pushing the income of a title (with the exception of minority carriers and off-grid units) to 4.1 PC to $ 382m.

Wilton fry, analyst at Royal Bank of Canada, said that the figures were “weak”, as the revenues are slightly behind expectations. Robert Grindle Deutsche Bank said that investors…

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