August 29, 2013 09.20 Europe/London By Chris Dziadul
Lithuania had 407,600 homes receiving digital pay-TV services at the end of the second quarter, according to preliminary data published by the country’s Communications Regulatory Authority (RRT).
This represented 1% and 12% increases on three months and a year earlier.
Just under a third (125,400) of digital pay-TV homes received services via cable or MMDS, with the remainder opting for IPTV (109,300), DTT (72,000) and DTH (101,000).
Revenues in the sector amounted to LTL34.7 million (€10.1 million), or 0.3% lower than three months earlier.
The total value of the electronic communications market in Q2 amounted to LTL536.6 million, a 1% reduction on the previous quarter.