The number seems to indicate growth of its TV business is slowing down, compared with a growth of 64,000 during Q2, 2015 and 53,000 during Q1, 2016.
KPN now has 2,315,000 TV homes, of which 1,963,000 are on the IPTV service, and 352,000 others, which includes the number of subs to the DTT service Digitenne. The number of digital terrestrial homes continues to go down, compared with 426,000 on June 30, 2015, down 17%.
With regards to its TV product, the operator launched a 4K TV pilot. In addition, KPN introduced full HD for its OTT TV service Play by KPN.
“The execution of our strategy ‘Simplify, Grow, Innovate’ we presented in March is firmly on track,” commented Eelco Blok, CEO KPN.
“In the second quarter of 2016 we again saw strong growth of our bundled services, delivered over our best-in-class networks and supported by continued product innovations. We launched a 4K TV pilot in the Consumer market and introduced our managed hybrid cloud proposition in the business market.