Nearly one out of every six households in the Netherlands had a subscription to Netflix in the third quarter, according to figures from the Telecompaper Consumer Panel.
8% of Dutch consumers expect to cancel their TV subscription in the next two years as more programming becomes available over the internet.
Dutch consumers are now devoting on average over 60% of their total viewing time to other ways of watching video, according to the latest version of the Dutch Consumer Video Behaviour report from Telecompaper.
Ziggo leads the drop in Dutch TV subscriptions in the second quarter of 2015, but cable is still tops despite fast IPTV and fibre growth.
Ziggo’s share of triple-play market under pressure, according to a new report from Telecompaper.
For the first time since cable broadband was introduced in the Netherlands, the number of cable broadband connections saw a quarterly decrease during the second quarter of 2015, according to the latest research from Telecompaper.
Dutch viewers prefer to use a remote control for TV viewing and few have embraced the smartphone or tablet for changing channels.
The Dutch FTTH market increased by 370,000 connections in 2014, with Reggefiber accounting for 77%.
More than one in ten (11%) Dutch households had a Netflix subscription in Q4 2014, according to the latest research from Telecompaper.
Telenet remains the biggest provider on the Belgian consumer fixed market, followed by incumbent Belgacom.