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August 8, 2008

VoD increases for Virgin Media


by David Allen

They may have seen a drop in customer numbers, but those customers who have stayed on board with Virgin Media have been using all of the services including video on demand.

In fact it seems that VoD for Virgin Media has become a strong point, with just under twenty five thousand new customers signing up for TV, bringing the total to nearly three and half million.

On average a Virgin Media customer watches around twenty-four viewings per month, which is a marked improvement when compared to the previous year when it was only fourteen.

A big part has to be put down to the addition of the BBC’s iPlayer, making them the only service to do this, which has been credited to receiving over ten million views in June alone.

The black mark for Virgin Media customers is the loss of the Sky package, although talks continue there has not been any progress made.

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  1. ” The black mark for Virgin media customers is the loss of the Sky Package”. Excuse me, I’m a Virgin Media customer and I would rather VM used that money to add more VOD content.

    Sky One is an absolute joke. It’s just a series of endless commercials.

    Comment by RHood — September 6, 2008 @ 12:42 am

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