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Nova, Forthnet start triple-play offer at EUR 30

Thursday 29 November 2012 | 16:41 CET | News
Greek pay-TV operator Nova offers new subscribers this Christmas season a special triple-play offer for EUR 29.90. The bundle offers unlimited calls to national fixed destinations and ADSL service at up to 24 Mbps. The TV service includes Novasports 1, featuring the national football league, UK's premier league and Uefa Champions League and Europa League matches. The service also offers Novasports Highlights, Eurosport, Eurosport 2, Motors TV, Fox, Fox Life, Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, National Geographic, History, Travel, Nat Geo Wild, Disney Channel, Disney XD, Cartoon Network, Boomerang, Nickelodeon, MAD TV, Nova MAD Greek╬Â, MTV, VH1, Mezzo, Nova Mad music, Fashion TV, World Fashion, TV 5 Europe and E! Entertainment. It also broadcasts all major free-to-air Greek channels. The broadband and voice services are provided by Forthnet. The offer applies until 31 December. Installation and the Forthnet equipment are free, while the satellite receiver is offered at EUR 50.

Categories: Fixed
Companies: Forthnet / Nova
Countries: Greece
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i would like to know what i exactly get in the tripple pagage with you,like wich channels,how fast internet, and what kind of phonecalls, and i would also like to know the exact price i would have to pay for all 3 things, i have a satellite disc and reciever my self,where i recieve signal from hotbird satellite, and right now im a costumer by ote net with my internet and phone, but im not satisfied with the price i am paying and my internet connection,cause even i pay for up to 24mb i only get between 10 14 mb wich is not satisfied,and they have promised me now for more than 6 month to get it fixed but nothing happens. I also would like to know if there wil be possibilities for me to recieve english channels like bbc,itv and others with you as provider.We are living in loutraki greece
lars andersen @ 13/4/2013 - 11:12


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