This, according to the company in its latest set of results, was over three times the number 12 months earlier.
The company also had 5,000 subscribers to its fixed-line broadband service, which was launched at the end of March this year.
Play, which is Poland’s leading mobile operator, says that its revenues in H1 were 1.6% higher year-on-year at PLN3.5 billion (€794.3 million). Consolidated EBITDA was PLN1,237 million (+1.4% year-on-year).
In his comments on the company’s TV activities, Jean Marc Harion, the president of Play’s P4, said: “We are also continuing to expand our TV offer with TVN news channels added to our TV packages, while the signing of the agreement with Canal + will soon enrich the Play Now TV Box offer with online access to linear TV channels and Canal + VOD libraries”.
The Play Now TV box was launched commercially in April 2019.