Comcast now boasts more Internet subscribers than those who have signed up for cable TV from the company, it reported in its quarterly results on Monday. As the largest cable provider in the nation, Comcast recently halted plans to buy Time Warner Cable for over $45 billion.
According to Bloomberg, Comcast’s numbers of Internet subscribers are as follows:
This is the first quarter in which there are less cable-TV subscribers than the number of Internet subscribers. The article continued:
Comcast reported earnings of 79 cents per share, while analysts anticipated earnings of 74 cents per share. For more coverage of the failed Comcast and Time Warner Cable merger on Fortune.com, see here.