This statistic highlights CenturyLink’s Revenue by Service, reported on a quarterly basis rom Q1 2018 onwards.
CenturyLink is an American technology company that delivers hybrid networking, cloud connectivity, and security solutions to its customers, domestically and internationally. It is headquartered in Louisiana, United States, and is the third-largest wireline telecommunications company in the country. The company serves in over 60 countries, as of the quarter ending September 2019, with most of its revenue generation concentrated in the United States.
CenturyLink Revenue By Service shows that the company generates revenues from its five business segments, viz., International and Global Accounts Management (IGAM) segment, Enterprise segment, Small and Medium Business (SMB) segment, Wholesale segment and Consumer segment. Under the first four segments, the company conducts its business by providing an array of IP and data services, providing transport and infrastructure services (which include broadband, private line services, data center facilities and services, and other ancillary services), voice and collaboration services and IT and managed services. Under the consumer segment, it provides broadband services, local & long-distance voice services, several regulatory & other ancillary services.
CenturyLink’s Revenue By Service
Let us take a look at the company’s revenues categorized as per the services provided by the CenturyLink revenue by service data. CenturyLink is engaged in providing a total of eight types of services to its customers. The first four are provided by the company which fall under its operating segments such as IGAM, Enterprise, SMB, and Wholesale.
Services such as IP and Data services, which basically relate to providing VPN data networks, Ethernet, IP, video & other ancillary services are provided by the company, which generated a revenue of USD 1.76 billion during the quarter ending September 2019. These services have been accounting for the highest share of the total revenue generated by the company, throughout the historical period under this report.
Transport and Infrastructure services are also provided by the company, and these include providing broadband networks and related services, data center facilities such as cloud service, and other ancillary services. It also provides a portfolio of services inclusive of dark fiber; content delivery; private and public networking.
The next category has voice services, which include local, long-distance, toll-free and unified communications services.
Furthermore, IT and managed services which are generally purchased in conjunction with the company’s other network services, are included in the first four types of service categories as per CenturyLink Revenue By Service.
The other four types of services fall under the consumer segment, and these include broadband connection, local and long-distance voice communication, & other ancillary and professional services. There is also a category of regulatory revenue considered under these four services. It is a type of reimbursement received by the company and some other operating revenue from leasing and subleasing of space.
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