According to data published by the regulator HAKOM, this was 2.16% more than the previous quarter and 7.61% higher than a year earlier.
However, growth in the take-up of DTH services was even stronger, the 118,356 take-up figure being 4.25% higher than three months earlier and 21.23% up on 12 months earlier.
On the other hand, the cable subscriber total of 149,977 was a modest 2.02% and 3.09% up on the previous quarter and year respectively.
Significantly, pay-DTT, which was introduced in Croatia only at the end of last year, is growing in popularity.
It ended Q2 with 14,514 subscribers, or 34.76% more than three months earlier. At the same time, the number of homes receiving DTT services continues to fall, the total of 833,374 at the end of Q2 being 2.29% and 7.4% lower than three months and a year earlier respectively.
Total revenues from TV services in Q2 amounted to HRK132,919,010 (€17,559,400), which was 3.94% more than in Q1 and 18.33% more than a year earlier.