Results published by the company show that its Spanish subsidiary gained 57,000 TV customers in the three months ending June 30. As of that date, it had a total of 1,461,000 receiving its TV services in the country.
On the other hand, in Vodafone’s largest European TV market Germany its total fell by 50,000 to 13,528,000. The company nevertheless notes that it had good cable growth despite the lockdown.
Elsewhere on the continent, Vodafone recorded modest quarterly gains in TV subscriber numbers in Portugal (+13,000 to 692,000) and other markets (+7,000 to 2,394,000) with the exception of Italy, where the total fell by 2,000 to 233,000.
Meanwhile, the company saw across-the-board increases in its fixed broadband take-up in Europe in the quarter ended June 30. As of that date it had a total of 21,836,000 customers, of whom 18,525,000 were NGN.
Vodafone Group had European service revenues of €7,227 million in the quarter ending June 30, up 6.6% on a year earlier, with Germany accounting for €2,840 million (+25.4%) of the total.
The group’s total revenues were €10,506 million (-1.4%).