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ETB introduces fibre triple-play in Colombia

Sunday 16 March 2014 | 18:02 CET | News
Colombian operator ETB has announced the launch of services over its fibre network in Bogota. The operator aims to cover 85 percent of the capital with fibre optics by the end of 2015. The first customers will soon receive the Trio ETB package, which includes interactive TV, broadband and fixed telephony. The offer will include over 160 audio and video channels (including 40 in HD). The price of the triple-play package will range from COP 182,000 to COP 197,000, with internet at 30 Mbps.

Categories: Fixed
Companies: ETB
Countries: Colombia
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