BT says it added a further 104,000 broadband customers and 40,000 new TV customers in the three months ending June 30th.
The broadband additions represent 64% of all new connections in the UK, excluding those on Virgin Media’s network.
Including new connections and upgrades, BT grew subscriptions to its fibre broadband service by 226,000, taking the total user base to over 2.3m.
A decision to retire the first generation BT Vision set top boxes increased churn in the BT TV business but the company says despite this and the removal of 35,00 inactive customers from its database, TV subscriptions grew by 40,000 in the quarter.
The number of customers cancelling their phone lines continues to fall, with losses down 47% on the same period last year.
Revenue in the firm’s consumer division increased by 10% overall, with BT crediting a 26% growth in broadband and TV revenue on its investment in BT Sport.