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Dutch channels no longer a must for cutting the cord

Friday 22 April 2016 | 11:26 CET | News
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Fewer Dutch consumers consider it important to have the main TV channels in order to switch to an online subscription from standard pay-TV, research by Telecompaper found. Less than half think online services must have the NPO, RTL and SBS channels in order to justify 'cutting the cord'. For the NPO, the share wanting these channels included in an online service fell to 48 percent in March from 55 percent in September last year, according to surveys by the Telecompaper Consumer Panel. Exactly half want to be able to still watch live RTL channels with an OTT service, down from 57 percent last

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Companies: NPO / RTL / SBS
Countries: Netherlands
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