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DSL, fibre customers more interested in cord-cutting

Monday 31 August 2015 | 11:00 CET | News
Dutch consumers with a triple-play plan at a fibre or DSL provider are more likely to consider replacing their TV subscription with an online TV service than customers of cable operators, according to research from the Telecompaper Consumer Panel in July. Just over one in five (21%) triple-play subscribers at fibre and DSL broadband providers said they would replace their TV plan with an OTT service. This is on the condition that the online service also delivered live access to the most popular Dutch channels (NPO, RTL, SBS) and offered a savings of at least EUR 100 per year. Among cable

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Companies: CAIW / Delta / NPO / RTL / SBS / Telecompaper / Ziggo
Countries: Netherlands
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