At the end of June 2017, more than three quarters of homes in the 28 countries in the European Union (EU28) had access to high-speed broadband services.
The Dutch broadband market grew by 1.2 percent in 2017 to over 7.4 million connections.
A global study of broadband pricing has revealed vast disparities in the prices levied by operators.
The Dutch fixed broadband market grew by only 0.1% in the second quarter of 2017, according to research by telecompaper.
German telco Deutsche Telekom has won 196,000 new customers for its domestic IPTV platform Entertain TV in 2016.
The largest cable operator in the Netherlands Ziggo is also the largest broadband provider with slightly more than 3.13 million connections.
A survey of UK broadband customers has found the big four internet service providers lag behind smaller organisations.
The average download speed for fixed line internet services in Romania now stands at over 100Mbps.
German broadband internet via satellite provider Eusanet and Eutelsat Broadband, the broadband subsidiary of satellite operator Eutelsat, have set up a new solution in which a local FTTH network is connected to the backbone via satellite.
The Dutch broadband market continued to grow during the third quarter of 2015, leading to a household penetration of 92.5 percent at the end of September, according to the Dutch Broadband 2015 Q3 report from Telecompaper.