Just 77,000 homes were added to the Sky customer base between April and June 2007, Ofcom reports today, and only 6,000 extra Virgin Media homes were added in the same period.
In the same period, there were an additional 763,000 more Freeview homes and 60,000 more Freesat homes too.
Here are the graphs from the Ofcom Q2 2007 report:
Main TV set share:
All TV sets share:
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