Belgacom added 48,000 TV subscriptions in the second quarter, comprising 35,000 new households and 13,000 second-stream users, taking its TV total to over 1.3 million.
The telecom operator sold an additional 34,000 multi-play packs in the quarter, taking its total to 1.18 million. Belgacom added 9,000 fixed-line broadband customers in the quarter, taking it to 1.62 million.
TV revenues for the quarter were €57 million, up 8.3% year-on-year. TV ARPU of €17.60 was down 8% year-on-year thanks to Belgacom’s introduction if its free football offering.
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