City dwellers less likely to have pay-TV subscription

Friday 21 April 2017 | 10:19 CET | News
Residents of the four largest cities in the Netherlands (Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague, Utrecht) are less likely to have a TV subscription than people in the rest of the country. Five percent, or one in 20 households, didn't have a TV subscription in the fourth quarter of 2016, compared to 3 percent in the rest of the country, according to figures from the Telecompaper Consumer Panel. This may explain in part why Videoland in more popular in the four cities than elsewhere, as are Netflix and Play.van KPN, which all have a higher penetration in the cities than the rest of the country. This

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: KPN / Netflix / Telecompaper / Videoland
Countries: Netherlands
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