The number of TalkTalk broadband subscribers remained largely unchanged in the first three months of 2016.
The figure came to 3.9 million at the end of the quarter, compared with 4.1 million six months earlier.
This included 704,000 people with Superfast Fibre Broadband, which is 72,000 higher than the figure recorded in the final quarter of 2015.
Figures also indicated that TalkTalk's total revenues grew by 2.4 per cent to £1.83 billion in the 12 months to March 31st.
Dido Harding, Chief Executive of TalkTalk, has welcomed the figures, saying they show the company has "bounced back strongly" following last October's cyber attack.
"We recorded our lowest ever churn and stabilised the broadband base, testimony to the speed with which customer sentiment towards TalkTalk has recovered, the success of our greater focus on existing customers, and the growing benefits of our simplification programme," she commented.
Ms Harding said TalkTalk is now in a good position to build upon its "already strong credentials" as Britain's leading value for money quad-play and B2B operator.
"There has never been a clearer space for a trusted value champion and our learnings from and experience since the cyber attack have helped to focus our plans for the year ahead," she continued.
Ms Harding added that TalkTalk sees strong opportunities for growth across all its product ranges, both for consumers and businesses, in the coming months.
This, she said, is partly thanks to an "increasingly supportive regulatory environment".