Russia’s MTS ended the third quarter with 2,741,000 TV subscribers in its home market, down from 2,894,000 in the corresponding period last year.
Russia’s MTS has revealed that it has only tens of thousands of subscribers for its DTH service, which was launched at the end of last year.
Vodafone and Russia’s MTS have agreed to extend their strategic partner market agreement and extend its scope in Ukraine.
Russia’s MTS has launched a hybrid TV platform.
Russia’s MTS ended the second quarter with a total of 6,705,000 fixed line (including pay-TV, broadband and telephony) customers, down from 7,294,000 a year earlier, in its home market.
Russia’s MTS has launched a major national advertising campaign to promote its DTH platform, which was officially launched last November.
Russia’s MTS will launch an OTT service in August aimed at LG connected TV users.
Russia’s MTS may purchase the right to use the brand of a major international telco such as Vodafone in Ukraine.
Russia’s MTS plans to start a full rollout of its DTH service in the near future.
The decline in MTS’s triple-play customer base continued in the first quarter, with the Russian company ending March with 6,766,000 subscribers.