Ecuador ends 2014 with 1.21 mln pay-TV subscribers

Saturday 7 February 2015 | 02:31 CET | News
The pay-TV market in Ecuador reached 1.21 million subscribers at the end of the fourth quarter of the year, up compared to 1.15 millionsubscriber by end-Q3, according to the Superintendence of Telecommunications (Supertel). Satellite TV services accounted for 60.05 percent of total pay-TV subscribers, followed by cable TV (36.45%) and terrestrial TV (3.50%). The country ended the third quarter with a pay-TV penetration of 28.70 percent.

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