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Cord-cutting not yet on the horizon for Dutch consumers

Tuesday 22 March 2016 | 15:06 CET | Author: Wiebe Hotte | Background
Six percent of the Dutch expect to cancel their pay-TV subscription within the next two years, down from 8 percent six months ago. Almost half of Dutch households said they would not cancel their TV subscriptions within two years, mainly because they want to be able to watch live TV. That's down from nearly 60 percent a year ago, according to the latest results from the Telecompaper Consumer Panel. 

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Companies: Apple / KPN / NPO / RTL / SBS / Telecompaper / T-Mobile / Ziggo
Countries: Netherlands
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