The Russian DTH platform operator Orion ended the third quarter with 2.9 million subscribers, or 4% more than in the corresponding period in 2015.
Meanwhile, according to ComNews, its revenues in the first nine months of the year amounted to R3.4 billion (€50.26 million), a 3% increase on a year earlier.
In the first nine months of the year, ARPU for the most expensive package offered by Orion was R275, an increase of almost 10% on the previous year.
DTH services accounted for 75% of the company’s revenues, broadcaster services 22% and channel distribution 3%.
Orion also saw growing interest in its internet offer. As of the end of September, it had noted over 30,000 downloads of its mobile application, or 66% more than three months earlier.