Pay-TV piracy in Brazil worth BRL 8.7 billion

Tuesday 13 August 2019 | 14:58 CET | News
ABTA estimates that there are at least 4.2 million users of pay-TV services via pirate distribution platforms. However, this number is still considered quite an underestimate, because it is based on the difference between the official pay-TV subscriber data of Anatel and the number of households that claim to receive pay-TV.

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