YouSee bleed customers: 71.000 terminated the subscription in 2019

Customers continue to cancel their subscription from YouSee that in 2019, the lost 71.000 tv customers. It shows the financial statements of TDC, which owns Y

YouSee bleed customers: 71.000 terminated the subscription in 2019

Customers continue to cancel their subscription from YouSee that in 2019, the lost 71.000 tv customers. It shows the financial statements of TDC, which owns Y

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
10 February 2020 Monday 05:00
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YouSee bleed customers: 71.000 terminated the subscription in 2019

Customers continue to cancel their subscription from YouSee that in 2019, the lost 71.000 tv customers.

It shows the financial statements of TDC, which owns YouSee.

In the last quarter of 2019, lost TDC quite a few customers. 24.000 said goodbye to the TDC in the fourth quarter against 19.000 tv customers in the third quarter.

the Development will be of YouSee explained that there has been a decrease in the number of new customers.

YouSee has in recent years been the pressure of that viewing habits have changed considerably.

A wide variety of streaming services have made their appearance, and who are being seen less and less traditional flow tv. The development last year is a deterioration from 2018, where 57.000 customers said goodbye.

YouSee was in the last months of 2019 in high demand, because the company decided to take the tv channels from the partner Discovery Networks out of the fixed tv packages.

instead, the plan was that the canals - which include Canal 9, Kanal 5 and 6 as well as Eurosport should be included in the mix even subscriptions.

It caused a great deal of dissatisfaction from the Discovery Networks, which went to hard attacks on YouSee in the media, and eventually ended the two companies to stop cooperation.

YouSee has now 1.171.000 tv customers. The development in YouSee the past year has been to send the TDC's profits down.

Operating profits before write - downs decreased by almost four percent to 6.5 billion kroner, compared with 2018.

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Updated: 10.02.2020 05:00
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