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Broadband

Scarlet expands TV service nationwide

Tuesday 29 April 2014 | 10:43 CET | News
Scarlet has expanded its IPTV service nationwide in the Netherlands. The service is offered over ADSL, VDSL or the Reggefiber FTTH network. It requires minimum bandwidth of 12 Mbps. Scarlet offers in total 122 channels in its basic package, of which 28 in HD and 58 also available for viewing on tablets. Its latest packages start at EUR 54.95 per month for TV, broadband with a wireless modem, free Sim cards for multiple family members and 100 minutes each month to fixed and mobile numbers. The operator also started offering a VIP installation, where a technician not only connects the modem but

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Scarlet Netherlands
Countries: Netherlands
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