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Kabelbet Veendam to sell, not rent, smartcards

Tuesday 2 April 2013 | 13:43 CET | News
Cable network organisation Kabelnet Veendam (SKV Veendam) will from 1 April no longer require a financial deposit for smartcards, necessary for customers to use their TV plus packages via the digital receiver or CAM module. The cards will now be for sale at EUR 18.95 each. The operator said it made the decision for administrative reasons. One registered address can now have a maximum of three smartcards. As well as the cost of the card, the extra smartcard will also be charged EUR 3.95 extra per month. Subscribers paying the old tariff for the smartcard will be charged EUR 3.50 per month from

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Companies: Stichting kabelnet veendam
Countries: Netherlands
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