Sky has revealed its third quarter results, showing over 2 million of its customers now have its personal video recorder, Sky+.
The company added 199,000 customers to the service, bringing the total to 2.167 million, 25% of the Sky customer base.
Overall the company saw net additions of 51,000 customers, a rise of 28% year-on-year to 8.49 million.
Though its "See, Speak, Surf" promotion added 340,000 customers in the third quarter, its churn rate - the percentage of customers leaving Sky - leapt from 11.9% to 13.7%.
Despite this, its Arpu - the average revenue per user - grew by £12 over the quarter and £11 over the year, to £406.
Lol the average revenue has grown by £11 per customer.... jeeze that is gigantic!
Sky+ is certainly worth the money in my opinion, if you watch a decent amount of TV it makes it so much better. Digital Spy Report