According to the ABC, in the first full week of operation, there were 89,000 visits to the service. The total number of visitors to iView in that week was 318,000, so it looks like Sony's console already accounts for more than a quarter of visitors. Not bad going for an option that's still only in its first iteration, though improvements are promised.
90,000 People Already Using iView Via PS3
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