Continued growth for KPN TV
By Robert Briel
Published: October 26, 2010 11.28 Europe/London
Dutch incumbent telecoms operator KPN said the total number of its TV customers, IPTV and Digitenne, continued to grow by 23% year-on-year to more than 1.1million at the end of Q3, 2010. This results in a 14% share of the total television market, compared with 12% at the end of Q3, 2009.
KPN said it had 899,000 subscribers to its digital terrestrial service Digitenne and 245,000 to its IPTV service. The operator claims a weekly growth of between 3,000 and 5,000 new IPTV subscribers. Of these, 50% are new broadband customers. 80% of them take triple play services.
Despite ongoing competition, KPN said its broadband customer base is stabilising, supported by the growing contribution of IPTV, the VDSL upgrade and Fiber-to-the-Home (FttH). KPN’s TV offerings, IPTV and
At the end of Q3 2010, KPN had 32,000 FttH activated homes. Following the above results in fiber and TV, net line loss remained at a manageable level of 35,000 (compared to 45,000 in Q2 2010).
Through the Reggefiber joint-venture, further progress was made in Q3 2010 with the FttH roll-out. In Q3 the number of homes passed increased by 47,000 to 616,000 (Q2 2010: 569,000), of which 172,000 homes were activated.
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