During the year, the totals increased by 44,000 and almost 80,000 respectively, while revenues in 2021 were 3.5% higher than a year earlier.
In its latest set of results, UPC Polska, which is in the final stages of being sold by Liberty Global to France’s Iliad, says that it ended 2021 with 1,350,500 internet, 1,397,200 TV and 121,300 mobile subscribers, adding 24,900, 24,300 and 5,200 respectively in Q4.
As of the end of 2021 a total of 3,703,400 households were in its footprint and 3,054,005 could receive its giga services.
Commenting on the results, UPC Polska CEO Robert Redeleanu said: “2021 was our best year in terms of business performance, confirming UPC’s customer focus and the effectiveness of our long-term growth strategy. We focused on what is most important – being close to customers and providing them with the quality and experience of the most recommended brand. It resulted in gaining the trust of 44 thousand. new customers and the highest base increase in years. We reaffirmed UPC’s leading market position in terms of internet speed, innovation and customer satisfaction. We have also made significant progress in the development of FMC services, digital transformation, B2B and the expansion of services on POPC networks. Thanks to the strong foundations, we paved the way to the achievement of another ambitious goal, which is building the position of a national FMC champion, to further develop our services, gigabit society and the digital economy of Poland”.