David Chance, the chairman of Top Up TV, the digital terrestrial pay TV service, has said the service’s acquisition of subscribers is “going according to plan” with around 150,000 customers having signed up. He added: “We said we’d achieve our break-even target of 250,000 within two years and we’re on target.”

The comments came amid speculation that the service is under pressure because of the low number of Freeview boxes equipped with pay TV card slots and its poor content line-up, which contains no sport or film channels.

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