Telstra today reported the company's performance for the first couple of months of the 2010-2011 financial year, and one figure stood out from the rest: Apparently the Telco has sold around 100,000 T-Box IPTV DVRs and T-Hub fixed home phone tablet device since they launched in June and April.
Sure, those figures aren't quite up to toppling an iPhone launch weekend, but 100,000 is still a huge number of products in people's homes. There's no further breakdown as to whether or not one has sold significantly more than the other, but they did specify that 64,000 of both devices were sold in the first two months of this financial year.
Telstra also announced that their was a 6 per cent increase in customer satisfaction scores, and a 30 per cent reduction in complaints to the ombudsman so far this year. It looks like the new strategy of not trying to completely screw over customers is working...
But the real question is who is buying the T-Hub and T-Box? Do you have one?