According to Tiscali, the struggling provider has about 100,000 subscribers to its broadband IPTV programs. That may sound like a lot of subscribers, but it's about half the amount the company hoped to have signed up.
The company has closed its IPTV offering in Italy already but at this point has no plans to close the UK IPTV service it operates. IPTV is an interesting alternative to satellite and cable to many users.
This is the first we have heard about the subscriber numbers to the service. Despite the fact that Tiscali had hoped for twice that number, 100,000 viewers doesn't sound bad to me.
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