IPTV subscriber numbers rise by 3.3 mln in Q1

Thursday 20 June 2013 | 11:00 CET | News
The number of IPTV subscriptions increased sequentially by 3.3 million to 79.3 million in Q1, according to a report by Point Topic. In the 12 months since Q1 2012, the IPTV subscriber market has grown by 21 percent, with 13.7 million net additions.

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