Well over half Dutch households have 2nd TV, most with digital or interactive services - study

Wednesday 28 August 2019 | 16:57 CET | News
Cable company customers have for decades been able to connect multiple televisions in the home. It became possible to have TV in all rooms of the house, sometimes with the use of an antenna amplifier. With the departure of analogue signals on cable, customers will for each television have to have a decoder with a smart card, CI+ plug-in module or a TV with a built-in DVB-C receiver.

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Countries: Netherlands
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