Dutch fibre broadband subscribers may be getting more interested in a switch to cable, according to research by Telecompaper.
Almost a third of Dutch people with a smartphone have the Netflix app on their mobile phone.
Cable remains the market leader in The Netherlands with 3.39 million connections. DSL is still number two, despite a decrease to 2.85 million connections, according to Telecompaper.
The number of triple play customers switching to another provider has continued to fall, according to the Dutch Multiplay report by Telecompaper Consumer Insights.
The Dutch fixed broadband market grew by only 0.1% in the second quarter of 2017, according to research by telecompaper.
Netflix has more than doubled the number of subscribers in the Netherlands, from 1.1 million to 2.3 million, now reaching one in three Dutch homes, according to Telecompaper.
The Dutch market for fixed broadband internet was affected by a slowdown in the first quarter, according to Telecompaper’s Dutch Broadband 2017 Q1 report.
Well over half (57%) of Dutch people binge watch, viewing multiple episodes of a TV show in rapid succession.
The share of Dutch households with a smart TV has more than doubled in the past two years, to 48% from 20%.
60% of Dutch viewers will consider cutting the cord if the three main public NPO channels are available OTT, according to research from Telecompaper.