BT Group expects its underlying revenue to be broadly flat in the year ending March 31, 2018. For the quarter ending December 31, 2016, BT reported that underlying revenue fell 1.5% to 6.13 billion UK pounds (7.69 billion US dollars). That figure was dragged down by a 7% decline in revenue in BT Global Services, which is under investigation in Italy.
In the UK consumer market, BT reported a 4% year-on-year rise in revenues thanks to 83,000 broadband net adds and 52,000 TV net adds. BT said its "consumer 12-month rolling ARPU" increased 8% to 39.4 pounds per month driven by broadband, BT Sport and BT Mobile. EE, the newly-acquired mobile operation, increased revenues by 2%. source: BT statement