UK spends more on digital TV

December 24, 2007

It seems that consumers in the UK are either very carefree with their cash or getting ripped off left right and centre when it comes to satellite and cable television as they are the highest spenders on subscriptions with the European union

In a study by Ofcom, it was found that the UK subscriber will spend on average around £21 per month on satellite and slightly less on cable, but in France they only pay around £14 for satellite which is a huge difference over a year or so.

There is a theory going around that could be being put around by the many competitors of BSkyB that the prices are artificially inflated by Sky because they have all of the programmes that people wish to see and therefore are willing to pay for it, which includes films, sport and other programming.


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