While the number receiving cable fell by 2,000 to 119,000, those opting for DTT rose by 2,000 to 86,000.
Meanwhile, the fixed broadband subscriber total rose by 2,000 over the same period.
In a note on its latest results, Elisa Eesti says that its revenues in 2019 amounted to €174.8 million, or 3% more than a year earlier.
It also says that this year work will continue on the development of its cable network and the consolidation of its mobile data exchange network in preparation for the launch of 5G services in Estonia. In addition, it plans to build several hundred more kilometres of fibre-optic lines in order to offer more Estonians super-fast internet access.