KPN expands HD offer on IPTV

Thursday 2 March 2017 | 09:11 CET | News
KPN has added Spike as a 24-hour channel to its IPTV offer. Its units XS4All and Telfort also offer the channel 24/7, reports TotaalTV, and Spike is also available on Caiway and T-Mobile. All the providers offering Spike as a full channel also now offer Nickelodeon as a 24-hour channel. TotaalTV reports as well as that KPN is moving ahead with moving HD channels up in its programme guide. Set-top box firmware was updated a few weeks ago, and customers will gradually see the HD version of channels appear first in the channel list.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Caiway / KPN / Telfort / T-Mobile / XS4ALL
Countries: Netherlands
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