KPN’s Telfort launches IPTV

10 Aug 2011

Telfort, a wholly owned brand of Dutch incumbent KPN, has launched a triple-play offer in the country comprising IPTV, as well as broadband and telephony services. Broadband TV News reports that the unit is using KPN’s IPTV infrastructure to host the service which is available at an additional EUR11.00 (USD15.70) per month and includes 55 TV channels and 90 radio stations. The basic tier also includes ‘pause live TV’ and catch-up TV from the three public channels Nederland 1, 2 and 3. Further, customers on the basic tier may also access the company’s video-on-demand library consisting of around 2,000 titles. A ‘premium’ tier is also available offering live sports channels Eredivisie Live and Chellomedia’s Sport. A dedicated kid’s bouquet is also available, and customers wishing to take the service need to be on a Telfort internet Plus or Telfort internet Max subscription plan.



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