By Julian Clover
Published: November 11, 2010
BT Vision added 24,000 net additions in the third quarter, taking the IPTV venture over the half million mark for the first time, to reach 520,000 homes as of September 30, 2010.
The telco also reported 50,000 subscribers had taken the offer of Sky Sports 1 and 2, following the placing of the wholesale must offer on BSkyB, and its launch in August.
BT Vision’s core asset, its VOD service, continues to gain traction with an additional 10% added to “average subscription views” on the quarter. The company is looking ahead both to the launch of YouView and the introduction of multicasting of SD and HD linear channels over its network.
Yesterday, BT announced the introduction of 3D movies on demand and the company is also planning to launch BBC iPlayer in the second half of the year.
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