Announcing figures for the last three months of 2013, ONO said it “made strides in TV services” with TiVo customers now accounting for 40% of its total service customer base.
“ONO’s aim is to position TiVo as the benchmark product in the pay-TV market, differentiating the company from its competitors via advanced services and innovative and easy-to-use features,” the firm said.
ONO added that since November, all of its TV customers have been able to enjoy the new Ono TV Online service.
Overall, the firm, which provides internet, fixed telephony, TV and mobile services, said that it offered a total of 5.23 million services at end 2013 and that it was starting to see benefits from its “highly-focused commercial strategy,” based on high-speed data transmission, convergent telecommunications services and advanced TV services.
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