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KT adds 65,000 IPTV subs in February

Monday 18 March 2013 | 00:05 CET | News
South Korean communications provider KT shed 58,000 telephony customers during February to end the month with 18.55 million telephony customers. The total comprises 15.18 million PSTN subscribers, down by 68,000, and 3.37 million VoIP subscribers, up by 10,000. KT also added 65,000 IPTV subscribers in February, bringing its total to 4.17 million IPTV customers. Meanwhile, the broadband base was flat at 8.05 million.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: KT
Countries: Korea, Republic of
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