Dutch VoIP market grows past 4 million mark

Friday 3 June 2011 | 09:27 CET | News
The Dutch fixed telephony market grew by almost 6,700 connections during the first quarter of this year to 6.083 million on 31 March, with a 2.7 percent growth for VoIP subscriptions off-setting a 5.8 percent drop in PSTN/ISDN connections and a 1 percent decrease in Wholesale Line Rental (WLR) users, according to Telecompaper's Dutch Fixed Telephony Q1 2011 report. PSTN/ISDN ended the quarter with 1.594 million, WLR with 394,000 users and Dutch consumer VoIP subscriptions amounted to 4.096 million at the end of March of this year. The growth was driven by cable VoIP, with a 3.8 percent

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: KPN / Telecompaper / UPC / Ziggo
Countries: Netherlands
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