Telfort, the Dutch mobile operator acquired by KPN in July 2005, is reportedly moving into the domestic fixed line internet market, offering a 20Mbps broadband connection for EUR19.95 (USD28.29) per month. According to Telecompaper, customers can add line rental and unlimited calls for EUR9.95 a month. Telfort is said to be targeting the price-sensitive end of the market; it aims to offer a simple service at a fixed price for twelve months, with no extra conditions or costs. Subscribers taking the Telfort Internet service will not require a KPN fixed line subscription. Telecompaper added that KPN says it intends to merge its ADSL brands Speedlinq and Tiscali under the Telfort brand, although as yet no decision has been made.
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