Almost a quarter of Dutch households have DAB+ radio

22.09.2022 - Netherlands Netherlands

24 per cent of Dutch households now own a radio equipped with DAB+. This is according to figures from CBS, Central Bureau of Statistics. Last year, 22 per cent of Dutch households still owned a radio equipped with digital broadcast reception, by 2022 this percentage will have grown to 24 per cent. This involves a radio equipped with DAB+ in the home and/or car. All new cars, by the way, have been delivered with digital radio reception as standard since last year.

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