This, according to the company, was 2.8% more than the 656,000 posted a year earlier.
Meanwhile, its fixed broadband subscriber total increased by 5% to 777,000 over the same period and the total number of landlines by 0.7% to 867,000.
Its fibre network reached 964,000 households as of the end of Q1.
Slovak Telekom’s revenues in Q1 amounted to €192.4 million (+1.2%) and its EBITDA was €85.8 million (+2.2%). The telco operates a number of TV services including Magio Sat, Magio Go and Digi TV.
Meanwhile in the Czech Republic, T-Mobile ended the first quarter with 219,000 TV customers, 9.9% more than a year earlier.
Its fixed broadband subscriber total increased by 7.1% to 401,000 over the same period.
T-Mobile’s revenues in Q1 amounted to CZK7,274 million (€289 million), up 3.8% on a year earlier and EBITDA after lease CZK3,078 million (+6.2%).