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More young Dutch households are stopping traditional TV subscription

Thursday 10 January 2019 | 10:43 CET | News
One out of every 10 Dutch households with people in their 20s do not have a traditional TV subscription. This is twice as high as for the average Dutch household. The last three quarters have seen an acceleration in the number of households that do not have a TV subscription anymore, according to Telecompaper's new Video behavior of Dutch consumer report for the third quarter of 2018.

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