As part of its Q2 2021 financial results report presentation, Mexican telecommunications company Totalplay (Grupo Salinas) ended the period with 1.93 million pay TV subscribers, a customer base that, according to the company’s figures, experienced a 48% growth compared with the figures that the company showed in Q2 2020.
According to the company’s report, Totalplay’s pay TV subscriber base continues its growing process in 2021. The company ended Q4 2020 with just over 1.6 million subscribers. At the end of Q1 2021, the figure grew to 1.79 million customers, and is consolidated as of June 30th, 2021, with the already reported figure, close to 2 million subscribers.
Other areas in which Totalplay has also shown growth patterns during Q2 were internet and telephony, which reported a higher number of subscribers compared to pay TV. According to the company’s figures, its internet offer grew by 56% compared to Q2 2020, and ended June with 2.92 million subscribers, while its telephony base experienced a 62% growth compared to Q2 2020 , and achieved 2.86 million subscribers as of June 30th.
‘The growth of the Totalplay Residencial’s offer shows the preference of thousands of users for internet services with higher speeds in the market, content on applications and linear TV features, which optimize the customer’s entertainment experience, as well as telephony solutions with worldwide coverage from the mobile application’, they reported from Totalplay.
The Mexican company also reported a 10% annual increase in the number of HPs on its FTTH network, which ended Q2 2020 with just over 10.1 million HPs, and, as of June 30th, gathered more than 11 million HPs.