Timewarp allows customers browse and view content recorded over the last seven days, which based on user selection, has been recorded in a central data server.
The network PVR contributed to consolidated revenues of reached €214.7 million in the fourth quarter, and €858.6 million for 2012 as a whole. The increase of 0.4% in comparison with the previous year illustrates the tough economic climate the operator finds itself in.
Triple play customers grew by 9% to 772,600 subscribers, representing 63.9% of the cable subscriber base.
As of December 31 there were 234,000 customers taking the high-end IRIS bundle, representing a 41,800 increase on the quarter, and 30.4% of the total triple play base. These customers, which have broadband speeds of 100 Mbps with prices starting at €52.99, represent a premium of at least €7.5 over a standard triple play product.