Tele2 Netherlands launches TV over VDSL service

Friday 22 October 2010 | 09:32 CET | News
Tele2 Netherlands has started offering a IPTV service to customers over its VDSL network. The company announced the plans in late August, when its plans to resell analogue cable TV were scuppered by a court ruling over the regulatory basis for the service. Tele2 said the new package targets demanding customers interested in fast internet and an offering of TV with time-shift features, catch-up TV, recent films and a clear programming guide. The triple-play package with TV, broadband and telephony will cost EUR 34.95 per month the first year, and then go up to EUR 39.95. Tele2 said over 1.5

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Companies: Tele2
Countries: Netherlands
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