The Netherlands’ most popular broadband provider lost customers for a fourth consecutive quarter in Q2 2021.
The growth of TV and video market is sharply down now that the pandemic is out of the equation year-on-year, according to research by Telecompaper.
Almost half of Dutch households now subscribed to a subscription video on demand service.
Intense competition in the Dutch fibre-to-the-home market has pushed the number of new connections to 533,000 in 2020.
Demand for streaming services has increased OTT revenues in the Netherlands by 48 per cent year on year.
Six per cent of Dutch households without Netflix expect to subscribe – or re-subscribe – to the SVOD service, according to Telecompaper’s Video behaviour of Dutch consumers report for the second quarter of 2020.
The Dutch broadband market is on track for nearly 5% growth in revenues in 2019, according to research by Telecompaper.
Netflix had 3.17 million customers in the Netherlands at the end of the third quarter of 2019, according to research by Telecompaper.
The number of Dutch households with a Disney+ test account stands at 8%, according to the latest study from Telecompaper.
The traditional triple-play bundle dropped to less than half the nearly 7 million multi-play subscribers in the Netherlands in the second quarter, as more consumers turn to dual- and quad-play bundles.