Spanish cable operator ONO’s TiVo offering has now surpassed 150,000 customers, according to company stats.
The news marks a big increase in uptake in recent months, with the firm reporting last month it had close to 100,000 TiVo customers at the end of 2012, or 11% of its TV user base.
Ono said the new TiVo milestone was down to investment by the firm, which has now made the service available across its entire fibre network, starting at just €5 per month.
“Our goal is to continue expanding the number of users and continue working on new products,” said Guillermo Mercader, director general of ONO residential, adding that future updates will make the most of Ono’s fibre optic network.
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