Tele2 adds ADSL

30 Mar 2005

Alternative fixed line operator Tele2 Nederlands, one of the main competitors to incumbent KPN in the Dutch residential telecoms market, has added ADSL services to its portfolio. Tele2 is using KPN’s PSTN network to offer three new broadband packages: the 512kbps ADSL Basis for EUR20 a month; 1,024kbps ADSL Plus for EUR25; and the 2,048kbps ADSL Super for EUR30. Tele2 is hoping to entice customers with its offer of a free modem, set-up and connection to the service.

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