UPC and Ziggo see 26,000 customers leave after takeover




Following the acquisition of UPC, Ziggo, both companies have a total of 26,000 customers see you leave. Ziggo was about 15,000 customers, while UPC Netherlands lost 11,000 customers. Especially for analog TV customers left in the providers, a trend that has long been underway.

The numbers refer to the period from November 11, 2014, the date on which the UPC’s parent company Liberty Global Ziggo figures officially in the books takes, until 31 December. Throughout the last quarter of 2014 there was an exodus of customers.

Total lost UPC and Ziggo 36,000 customers in the quarter: 20,600 at UPC and Ziggo 15,400. UPC was about 17,500 analogue viewers, 3600 subscribers for digital TV and 3,700 telephony customers who left the company. Well received by the end of 2014 4200 UPC Digital TV customers in.

Ziggo left in the last three months of 2014 15.700 analog cable customers and 5,200 telephony subscribers. Ziggo was there in that period 1,500 customers for digital TV and Internet subscribers in 4000. When looked at in 2014 would be very, UPC and Ziggo would together 31,000 customers have gained, as signs to Liberty Global.


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