In the former, it ended the year with 478,200 pay-TV RGUs, a 3.3% increase on the total at the end of 2015.
In the latter, the 202,400 TV RGU total was 7.2% up on a year.
In other CEE markets, pay-TV RGU growth was much more pronounced in Slovenia, the 50,500 total representing a year-on-year increase of 34.4%.
In Belarus, where Telekom Austria was a new entrant in the pay-TV market, it ended 2016 with 144,900 pay-TV RGUs, while in Macedonia it saw a year-on-year reduction, -2.1% to 124,100.
In its home market, the telco ended 2016 with 284,400 pay-TV RGUs, a 5.5% increase on a year earlier.
In its latest set of results, Telekom Austria notes that there were continuing strong operational trends in Croatia and Belarus, first improvements in Bulgaria and strong competition in Serbia and Slovenia.
The group as a whole saw its reported revenues in 2016 increase by 2.2% to €4,211.5 million, which was above market expectations.
Its reported net profit increased by 5.2% to €413.2 million.