REGIONAL telecommunications provider Cable & Wireless Communications (CWC), which operates in T&T as Flow, last week reported a decline in its mobile subscribers, but increases in its fixed-line and broadband Revenue Generating Units (RGUs).

In operating highlights for its second quarter of 2018, issued on Thursday, CWC reported that its mobile subscribers declined by 89,000, which was “primarily driven by prepaid losses in Panama (51,000) and Jamaica (16,000) and mainly the result of competitive factors and a more targeted approach to promotional activity”.

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