Vodafone Romania’s revenues went down by 4 per cent between April and June 2013, the mobile telephony provider announced, Mediafax informs. The company posted some EUR 177 M revenues in Romania during this quarter, compared to the same period of 2012. Excluding the impact of termination tariffs drop, the company’s revenues actually went up by 1.1 percent. The increase was mainly due to the success of the RED packages among its clients, said Inaki Berroeta, president and CEO Vodafone Romania. Vodafone’s RED packages offer unlimited voice minutes and text messages to any network, and mobile data traffic included, as well as smartphones for low prices, in packages which cost EUR 29, 45 or 65 a month. The provider upped its customer base by 57,000 people compared to the previous quarter, to some 8.1 million clients in Romania. Compared to the same period in 2012, the number of clients was up by some 340,000. Subscribers made 40 per cent of Vodafone’s clients, and the rest was covered by users of pre-paid cards.