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Slovenia 78.2% pay-TV penetration rate

April 9, 2018

From Branislav Pekic in Rome

Slovenia ended the fourth quarter of 2017 with a 78.2 per cent penetration rate for the pay-TV service, up from 73.8 per cent a year earlier.

According to the quarterly report of Slovenia’s Agency for Communications Networks and Services (Akos), IPTV was the main distribution technology, accounting for 52.7 per cent of total pay-TV accesses (+1.5% year-on-year), followed by cable TV with 40.9 per cent (-2.7%), satellite/DTH with 5.1 per cent (1.4%) and MMDS with 1.3 per cent (-0.2%).

The market leader in the IPTV segment is Telekom Slovenije with a 51.5 per cent share (+0.9%), followed by T-2 with 31.7 per cent (-0.9%) and A1 Slovenija with 16.0 per cent (-0.1%%).

For its part, Telemach dominates in the cable TV segment, with a 73 per cent market share (+1.8%).

The penetration rate of multi-play offers amounted to 67.2 per cent of Slovenian households.

The broadband penetration reached 80.2 per cent of households (+3.8%). FTTH accounted for 32.5 per cent of lines, followed by ADSL with 17.9 per cent, DOCSIS 3.0 with 19.7 per cent (19.2%), VDSL with 17.6 per cent (16.7%), cable modem with 9.8 per cent, while others accounted for 2.4 per cent.

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