I found this on another site. "High-yield bright prospects For example, KCOM (LSE: KCOM) another telecoms company, which operates in and around Hull, currently supports a dividend yield of 5.3%. Management has stated that the company will hike its annual dividend payout by 10% per year for the next two years.
Based on this commitment, during 2015 KCOM’s shares will support a divided yield of 5.8% and during 2016 the shares will support a yield of 6.4%. Current figures indicate that the payout for both 2015 and 2016 will be covered one-and-a-half times by earnings per share.
Moreover, unlike Vodafone, KCOM continues to grow as the company is expanding into the broadband and services market. Growth and expansion into these markets is helping KCOM drive growth, despite falling fixed line revenues.
By using this strategy, City analysts expect the company’s earnings to grow at a steady single-digit rate for the next two years. "
Brantingham, which has a population of just 370, has raced into the internet fast lane after more than two thirds of homes and businesses in the village signed up to superfast broadband from local communications provider KC.
As a result, the village now has an average download speed of 78 megabits per second (Mbps).
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