Freesat has delivered sales of 600,000 since its launch in May last year.
Sales of the free to air satellite service increased by 50% last quarter resulting in Freesat becoming the 4th largest digital TV service in the UK.
Emma Scott, managing director of Freesat said: "To achieve this level of sales and viewing in such a short space of time is a fantastic achievement and testament to the ever-growing appeal of Freesat, both to consumers and broadcasters."
"Great innovations such as high definition TV, Freesat+ (digital recording), and a wide range of programming have previously only been available by paying a subscription and are now proving incredibly popular with viewers. Freesat homes consistently rate the service highly, with over ninety percent saying they would recommend to a friend."
"We've had a brilliant summer and are confident that we'll continue to report outstanding growth, especially in the run up to the World Cup as we attract viewers that want to watch in high definition but without having to pay a subscription no matter where they live in the UK."
Freesat also announced they are working with the BBC to launch iPlayer in the near future and will be the first wholly subscription free TV platform to offer the catch up TV service.
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