The Polish cable operator Vectra ended the first quarter with 405,000 subscribers to its digital TV services.
This was equivalent to over 52% of its TV subscriber total, a figure higher than that of any other national cable operator in the country.
Its fixed and mobile internet subscriber totals at the end of Q1 were meanwhile 344,552 and 26,261 respectively, and 120,461 received its fixed telephony services.
Vectra had a total of 812,904 subscribers at the end of Q1, compared to 775,100 in the same period last year.
The company launched its digital TV service in November 2006 and it now provides a total of 162 channels, 28 of which are in HD, to viewers in 102 towns and cities throughout Poland.