Dutch telco Tele2 has started offering IPTV services over its VDSL network, which delivers speeds of up to 50 Mbps.
The service offers time-shifting, catch-up TV, live and on-demand TV, and is included as part of a triple-play package with broadband and telephony, costing €34.95 a month for the first year and €39.95 a month thereafter. Around 1mn Dutch homes are currently within the company's VDSL footprint.
Tele2 had reached 325,000 IPTV subscribers by the end of 2009, offering 41 channels as part of a triple-play package, which includes a 20Mbps broadband connection.
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